According to an article by KSDK Channel 5, an accident that happened around 12:30 am on Saturday morning left two teens dead, and three others injured. According to the story, Armanji Ahmed (18) was travelling South on Kingshighway when he lost control of his 2004 Infinity G35. He had reportedly swerved to avoid hitting a car, hit another car, flipped, travelled into another lane then hit two more cars. Qais Nooreen (17) was riding as a passenger in Ahmed’s vehicle at the time of the accident. According to the reports, Ahmed was speeding, which they believe is the cause of the accident.
After the accident, Armanj Ahmed and Qais Nooreen were taken to the emergency room at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, where they both later died. Of the seven people in the three other cars that were involved in the accident, three were treated for minor injuries.
I would like to offer my condolences to the friends and family of Armanj Ahmed and Qais Nooreen. This was a tragic accident that could’ve been avoided.
This accident is the perfect example of how dangerous speeding can be. Speeding is often a significant factor in automobile accidents. Make sure to educate your teen drivers on the dangers of speeding. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration as many as one in three accidents may be caused by excessive speed. This accident appears to be another example of the dangers of speed.
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