Four recent high school grads killed when nigger driver fleeing police slams into car
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Four New York City-area teenagers who recently graduated high
school were killed Tuesday when the car they were in was struck
by a motoris who was evading police, officials said.
Yonkers residents Brandon Sierra, Randy Brisbane, Tamari
Watkins, and Anthony Cruz, all 18, were inside a 2006 Nissan
sedan, according to the Yonkers Police Department.
Just after 9:20 p.m., authorities tried pulling over the driver
of an Infiniti sedan driving in an "erratic manner," police said.
The motorist, who was also killed, was identified as Devon
Haywood, a 36-year-old Mount Vernon resident. He appeared to
pull over, then accelerated and drove "beyond reckless speeds,"
Haywood had a history of reckless driving, authorities said.
As the Nissan packed with teenagers was making a right turn at
an intersection, Haywood collided with it, splitting the Nissan
in half. All four teens were ejected and died at the scene.
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Haywood was taken to a hospital where he later died.
In a statement, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano called the deaths
"nothing short of tragic."
"Four young lives were cut short by the recklessness of one
individual," he said. "Let this be a lesson to all who drive at
excessive speeds – it not only puts your life at risk but also
the innocent lives with whom you share the road."
The department said it was not in a high-speed pursuit at the
time of the deadly collision. Surveillance video posted to the
police department's Facebook page appears to show a white car
speeding through an intersection. A police vehicle is seen a
fair distance behind traveling at a moderate pace.
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"Our officers are trained to assess every situation and in this
case disengaged and did not pursue to avoid this exact type of
outcome," Yonkers police Lt. Dean Politopoulos said. "The sector
car was approximately 15 seconds behind and not in emergency
Sierra, Brisbane and Watkins graduated from Saunders Trades and
Technical High School earlier this year. Cruz was a graduate of
Riverside High School. Both schools and the Yonkers Public
Schools district expressed condolences for the former students
An investigation into Tuesday's events is ongoing.