Breaking News

2 Indian-origin boys killed in speeding car crash in UK


LONDON: Two minor Indian-origin brothers were named by British police on Saturday because the victims of a deadly automobile crash in Wolverhampton involving rushing vehicles.
The brothers, 10-year-old Sanjay and 23-month-old Pawanveer Singh, were of their BMW with their mother after they were struck by an Audi S3 on Thursday night time, West Midlands Police stated in a observation.

The motive force of the Audi, believed to be racing with a Bentley, fled the scene of the coincidence.

A 31-year-old guy from the Bentley used to be arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been released on bail pending additional investigation.

"I would appeal directly to the driver of the Audi to make contact with us. You may not be fully aware of the full tragic circumstances but you now need to speak to us," stated Detective Sergeant Paul Hughes, from the West Midlands Police Serious Collision Investigation Unit.

"I would also ask the public who have any information regarding the driver or recall seeing a blue Audi S3 and a white Bentley Continental convertible travelling along the Birmingham New Road to make contact," he stated, including that the drive had already had a "huge response" from the general public.

In a observation, the family of the two boys paid tribute to the "beautiful children" and reiterated the police attraction for information leading to the on-the-run motive force.

"Our family are grieving over the tragic deaths of our two beautiful children, as well as dealing with the shock of the horrific crash. We appeal to the general public to come forward as witnesses in order help police find the perpetrator who fled from the scene and to bring him or her to justice," the observation read.

"At this time we would appreciate some privacy and space to grieve over our precious loss. Your cooperation in this would be very much appreciated," it added.

Witnesses close to the crash website online of New Birmingham Road area of Wolverhampton reported seeing the Audi and Bentley racing each and every different at most sensible velocity.


Paramedics arrived inside of five mins of the primary emergency call and located members of the general public desperately trying to save the two boys.


Their mother, who has not been named, used to be taken to the key trauma centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.


The blue Audi might be seen with a crumpled entrance end at the scene of the crash. The BMW's off-side airbags had deployed and the car had come to leisure in a row of steel pedestrian limitations at the roadside.


The motive force of the Bentley, which used to be undamaged, initially saved driving however reportedly returned to the scene later.


No comments