Sorry but I am with the families of the victims on this one. If you are going to kill yourself by car crash, at least consider ramming the vehicle into a concrete wall or driving it into a tree. Sumfin tells me the two people he led to an untimely grave weren’t quite ready for the trip yet.
Investigators believe Srijan Saha, 15, caused the deadly crash after a suicide note was found written on his body, according to a report. The teen slammed his parents’ car into another vehicle, killing two men — Mohammed Zia, 46, and his brother-in-law Ali Behzad, 36.
BY JOE KEMP / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Investigators believe Srijan Saha, 15, was trying to kill himself when he crashed his parents’ car into another vehicle early Tuesday, killing him and two others, according to a report.
Srijan Saha had taken the car without permission before he veered into oncoming traffic on Route 27 near Stony Road in Edison and slammed into another vehicle head-on about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, the sources said.
Mohammed 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.
The 15-year-old took his parents car and drove it into another vehicle.
Investigators later found a suicide note scrawled on the body of Saha, who died at the scene, sources told the newspaper. But it was not clear exactly what was written.
Andrew Carey, the acting Middlesex County prosecutor, said in a statement that the fatal accident was being treated as a “suicide-homicide,” but did not release any more details.
Several classrooms at John P. Stevens High School — where Saha was a student — held a moment of silence for the dead teen.
Emergency workers surround the scene in Edison, N.J., where 15-year-old Srijan Saha crashed into another vehicle, killing him and two others.
“The district’s prayers are with the late student’s family, friends, students, staff, and community, during this very difficult time of extreme sorrow and grief,” the school’s superintendent, Richard O’Malley, said in a statement to the paper.
“The police investigation is active and continuing and at this time we ask everyone to continue to keep those killed in this tragic incident and their families in their thoughts and prayers.”