Around midnight on Saturday, February 9, on long island died in the crash an elderly couple and a teenager. The culprit was a 17-year-old of NARIC Belford from Bellport. He provoked a police chase, which ended with the deaths of 3 people.
Couple in their seventies killed in Middle Island when their Honda was hit by a stolen Nissan being chased by police. 16 yr old passenger in stolen vehicle killed also. #1010WINS pic.twitter.com/6FvXoS900h
— Roger Stern (@NYRogerStern) February 10, 2019
The accident occurred at about 23.50 on highway 25 and Birchwood Park Drive in Middle island. A few minutes before that, police Suffolk County had noticed on Main Street, in Afence, the driver of a gray Nissan Rogue 2015 release ignored the Stop sign. According to the authorities, 2 days ago, 7 Feb, this car was stolen from Montauk Highway in East Patchogue.
Police tried to stop the offender, but he stepped on the gas. The patrol called for backup and began pursuit. Belford rushed to the West at 25 highway, and there it is Nissan at high speed crashed into a Honda CRV 2009 release, vorachivatsya on Birchwood Park Drive.
A married couple in their 70s are dead and so is a 16-year-old following a police pursuit in Middle Island.
Cops say while chasing a stolen Nissan, the driver hit the couple’s CRV.
The stolen car driver and one other passenger in the car lived.
Route 25 & Birchwood Park Drive pic.twitter.com/VgwF7lseOQ
— Ken Buffa (@KenBuffa) February 10, 2019
The accident killed a 74-year-old man and his 71-year-old wife, who was riding in the Honda, and 16-year-old, who was in «Nissan». Belford and his second passenger with serious but non-life-threatening injuries were taken to Stony Brook University Hospital.
The names of the victims are not reported. There is an investigation both cars were sent for examination. NARIC Belford after medical aid had been arrested.
Police are asking anyone who witnessed the accident, report by phone 631-852-6555 (Department in charge of the investigation) or to send an anonymous message to the number 800-220-TIPS (Crime Stoppers).