A 15-year-old boy who crashed his parents’ car into another vehicle on a New Jersey road, killing him and two others, wrote a suicide note on his body before the wreck, sources told The Star-Ledger. Srijan Saha had appropriated the car without permission earlier he veered into oncoming traffic on Route 27 near Stony way in artificer and slammed into another vehicle head-on about a.m. mahound Zia, 46, and his brother-in-law Ali Behzad, 36 — who were inside the car that was struck — both died from the crash, officials said. Investigators later establish a suicide note written on the body of Saha, who died at the scene, sources told the newspaper. Andrew Carey, the activity Middlesex region prosecutor, said in a statement that the terminal accident was being treated as a “suicide-homicide,” but did not release any more details. Stevens High School — where Saha was a student — command a moment of secrecy for the dead teen.
Five dead teens, a stolen cop car and the ‘most horrific’ crash in decades - The Washington Post
This occupation has been updated to reflect that Steven Bourgoin, who prosecutors believe was driving the Toyota truck that hit and killed five teenagers, was charged Thursday with five counts of murder in the teens’ deaths. Saturday, a report from a interested motorist about a Toyota truck barreling down Interstate 89 on the deplorable side of the road. american state state and topical police dispatched cruisers, hoping to intercept the erratic driver, to ending the transport before a crash did. They drove alongside motorists who couldn’t possibly know the danger motion toward them and carloads of people they had no way of warning. Among them was a Volkswagen Jetta carrying five teenagers scarcely old enough to drive.
Teen Car Crash Deaths Declining
This assemblage has not been reviewed inside the past time period and may not be Web MD's most up-to-date information. To brainstorm the about current information, please enter your topic of interest into our search box. 21, 2010 -- Teenage traffic deaths declined nearly 17% in 2009 from 2008 for youths age bracket 15 to 19, the CDC says in a new report. That’s around 500 fewer deaths, for a total of about 3,000.