The mother of two boys killed when an allegedly stolen car they were driving hit a light pole has spoken of her grief.

Her sons, aged 15 and 17, died on Sunday morning when the Holden Commodore they had allegedly stolen hit a light pole in the Western Sydney suburb of Abbotsbury.

Mazen Kabbara, the owner of the Commodore, was charged with dangerous driving offences for allegedly pursuing the boys at high speed prior to their crash.

On Monday the boys’ mother, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, posted a photo of her sons to Facebook.

“Loving yous for all eternity my boys see yous in the morning,” an accompanying caption read.


Two brothers, aged 15 and 17, were killed in a fatal crash in Abbotsbury.
 

“Love always mum.”

Their New Zealand-based father said he was devastated.

He told The Daily Telegraph he did not wish to speak about the circumstances surrounding the crash, but did share his last conversation with one of his sons.

Only three hours before the early-morning crash, his son sent him a text message.

“Imma head off now and get some rest. Love u dad take care,” his boy said.

“Love u my son,” he replied.

The Holden Commodore collided with a light pole.
 

He is now attempting to book a flight to Sydney to farewell his sons in person.

Meanwhile, a 17-year-old boy, who was also in the allegedly stolen vehicle, survived the crash and was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.


The 37-year-old Edmondson Park man covers his face as he leaves the police station on Sunday afternoon.

The scene of the crash in Abbotsbury.
 

Police allege the boys stole Kabbara’s car from a home in Edmondson Park.

He woke up to the sound of his car engine revving and allegedly pursued the boys in another vehicle.

The alleged chase caused the boy driving the Commodore to crash into a light pole.

The car is towed away from the scene of the crash.

Kabbara was later charged with several driving offences, including negligent and dangerous driving occasioning death.

He was granted bail to face court later in the month.

A memorial has now been set up at the intersection where the boys died.


    


Shiko Futboll ✅




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