A horrifying hit-and-run motor accident in Birmingham left five young girls orphaned as their parents passed away in the aftermath.
Local news reports confirmed the heartbreaking news where the five young girls cried for their mum and dad, who allegedly was killed in a terrifying motor crash by an unidentified driver.
The deceased victims were identified as Mohammed Shadab, alongside his wife as the couple passed away when a blue-colored Saab rammed into their motorbike in the vicinity of Acocks Green in Birmingham.
Moreover, the driver fled away in his vehicle after the crash, which took place during the evening hours of Saturday. However, he was later caught by police officials in the nearby district.
Police confirmed the arrest of the 47-year-old alleged suspect, right after they questioned him regarding the suspicion of killing the couple because of his hazardous driving.
Meanwhile, authorities reported how paramedics did their level best in making grave attempts at trying to save Mr. Shadab as well as his wife, who still is yet to be identified. However, they both tragically died at the crash site.
After news of the unfortunate incident broke out, tributes starting pouring in through social media for the couple. They lived with their five young daughters in a local town, with all the girls being under the age of 15 years.
A woman by the name of Shania Speers gave out a public statement, who was later recognized as the victim’s sister. “This is my sister and my brother-in-law who tragically died. They leave behind their 5 young and beautiful children,” she emotionally explained.
Shania requested all the viewers and residents who were following the story to kindly pray for the deceased souls and share this heartbreaking story with the hopes of finding more clues on how the tragic incident took place.
Neighbors, friends, and loved ones were quick to turn to Facebook to reveal how kind and loving the couple were. Many remember them as humble individuals who now leave behind five young daughters that must bear with the loss of their father as well as their mother.