The father of two boys killed in a stolen car crashed in Sydney’s southwest during an alleged high-speed chase spoke out.
Two brothers, 15 and 17, died at around 4 a.m. on Sunday in Abbotsbury.
They were reportedly in a stolen vehicle, with its owner convicted when they crashed of chasing them at high speed.
Their New Zealand-based father, who, for legal reasons, can not be named, says he is devastated.
He told The Daily Telegraph that he did not want to talk about the circumstances surrounding the accident, but he shared with one of his sons his last conversation.
His son sent him a text message just three hours before the early-morning accident.
“Imma head off now and get some rest. Love u dad take care,” his boy said.
“Love u my son,” he replied.
As a result, the 37-year-old man was charged with several driving offences, including negligent and dangerous driving occasioning death.