Thursday, March 17, 2016

2 Baltimore teens killed in car crash in BMW they stole

If you look for trouble, trouble easily finds you. 
It’s tragic that two lives are now gone.  But, if they didn’t steal the car, they’d still be alive today.  That’s the lesson that needs to be taught to others before they make the same kind of mistake. 
CBSBaltimore reports an apparent joyride in a stolen car ends with the death of two Baltimore teenagers after a violent crash. The teens are just 13 and 16 years old.
George Solis with the latest on the investigation.

Police say four teens were riding around town in a stolen BMW. The deadly crash happened as police attempted to pull the car over.

A late night gut-wrenching scene captured on camera.

“The car was split in half,” said Kareem Hines, witness.
Police tell WJZ the deadly crash was the end of a result of four teens who decided to steal a car.

Sixteen-year-old Cornell Gilbert and 13-year-old Syiid Brinkley were killed in the collision.
“People will talk, ‘Oh, it was a stolen car.’ That’s beside the point. There are two families that are grieving the loss of their loved ones,” said T.J. Smith, Baltimore City Police Department.

The other two teens were unharmed.
Police say their search for the car started after it was reported stolen early Wednesday.

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