CCTV of Audi travelling at around 92mph in a 40mph zone seconds before crash killing two young brothers
CCTV released by police shows an Audi travelling at around 92mph in a 40mph zone seconds before a crash that killed two young brothers.
Pawanveer Singh, aged 23 months, and his brother Sanjay, aged 10, died instantly when their mother's BMW was hit by an Audi travelling at high speeds on the Birmingham New Road, Parkfield, at 8.45pm on March 14, 2019.
Their mother Arathi Nahar was seriously injured in the crash and was told later by her hospital bed that her sons had been killed.
The Audi driver, 27-year-old Mohammed Sullaiman Khan, of Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, had already admitted causing the deaths and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice after the crash.
Today, Bentley driver Hamza Shahid was found not guilty of causing the deaths of the two young brothers after he was accused of racing with Sullaiman Khan, the Audi driver, who crashed into the victims’ car.