Heckenberg crash: Man is charged after woman and younger brother are killed in Mercedes collision in Sydney’s southwest
- Two siblings killed in a car crash in Sydney’s south west
- A man, 20, has been charged after he turned himself in
- Police searching for person who filmed the aftermath
A man who was allegedly behind a high-speed crash that left a brother and sister dead has been slapped with a string of charges by police.
Alina Kauffman, 24, and her brother, Ernesto Salazer, 15, were killed when an allegedly stolen Mercedes collided with their Toyota Echo in Heckenberg, in Sydney’s southwest, at about 9.20pm on Friday.
After it struck the Toyota Echo Ms Kauffman was driving, the Mercedes hit a stationary Toyota RAV4 and flipped onto its side.
A man, 20, who was allegedly driving the Mercedes fled the scene before turning himself into police Liverpool Police Station on Saturday.
He has been charged with driving dangerously and negligently causing death, as well as failing to stop at the scene of a crash and driving while disqualified.
A man has been charged after an allegedly stolen Mercedes collided with another car in a suburban street, killing a brother and sister (pictured, emergency services at the scene of the crash)
Police are also searching for a person who sickeningly shot a video of the dying, or dead, siblings in the aftermath of the crash.
More to come