TWO men have appeared in court charged with killing a teenager after a street race.

Shaun Gatti and David Kinnon are accused of causing the death of Robyn Fryar, who died early on Sunday.

Gatti and Kinnon, both 20, were arrested following the fatal road crash in Paisley, near Glasgow. 

Robyn died in hospital at around 2am after being struck when she crossed Glenburn Road near to Fereneze Drive, Paisley. 

Gatti and Kinnon appeared in privately in the dock at Paisley Sheriff Court.

READ MORE: Hundreds back petition for speed camera on Glenburn Road

Gatti, of Paisley, made no plea to the four charges against him during his private hearing. 

Prosecutors claim that Gatti and Kinnon drove "dangerously and did drive at excessive speeds within a 30 miles per hour speed limit, and did engage in a race with each other" which resulted in Gatti's car striking Robyn and leaving his car damaged and her "so severely injured that she died later that same day at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children."

Gatti also faces charges that he failed to provide his details at the scene of an accident and failed to report the collision to police.

For all your breaking Glasgow news, click here, or head to our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages

He is also accused of trying to pervert the course of justice by attempting "to conceal" his car "under a tarpaulin and removed registration plates from the car knowing that [he] had collided with and caused the death of Robyn Fryar... and this [he] with the intent to conceal [his] guilt."

Kinnon, of Paisley, also made no plea to the single charge against him - causing Robyn’s death by dangerous driving.

Sheriff Kevin Duffy continued the case against both men for prosecutors to investigate further, and released them on bail with standard conditions.