Three victims of Brent Cross crash named

Mohamad Zeidani, 21, Sohail Zulfiqar, 20, and Mohammed Ghazzi, 21, died following a fatal collision at Staples Corner Retail Park last week

From left, Mohamad Zeidani, Sohail Zulfiqar, and Mohammed Ghazzi

Police have named the three victims of fatal collision in a retail park in Brent Cross last week.

Mohamad Zeidani, 21, Mohammed Ghazzi, 21, and Sohail Zulfiqar, 20, died after the car they were in crashed through a fence and down an embankment before hitting a footbridge at Staples Corner Retail Park on Sunday 14th April.

Two other passengers were taken to hospital and are now in a non-life threatening condition.

Detective Sergeant Paul Jackson, who is leading the investigation said: “Our thoughts remain with the families of Mohamad, Mohammed and Sohail as they come to terms with the loss of their loved ones.

“We will continue to support them in whatever way we can.

“The two other passengers are stable and in a non-life threatening condition. They are also being supported by officers and I hope they make a full recovery soon.

“We are aware of commentary circulating on social media and by the media speculating on the manner of driving before the collision.

“Whilst we have a number of active lines of enquiry and are keeping an open mind, evidence gathered so far suggests that the vehicle involved was not racing or performing high speed laps or stunts as has been reported.

“These were three lives, taken far too young, and our enquiries into the full circumstances of what happened continue. Their families deserve answers and so, again, we would ask anyone who witnessed anything or has any relevant mobile phone or dashcam footage to come forward.

“Anyone with any information can call police on 101, quoting reference 7502/14april.”

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