Bodycam video reveals wreckage of lethal crash during which teen allegedly topped 150 mph


Authorities launched physique digital camera video Tuesday that confirmed the aftermath of a lethal Oklahoma crash allegedly brought on by a teen accused of topping 150 mph in a Ford Mustang.

Video obtained from the Stillwater Police Division by NBC affiliate KFOR of Oklahoma Metropolis confirmed the mangled Mustang on its facet and a purple Chevrolet Impala that appeared to have been demolished. The collision occurred Oct. 15 in Stillwater, roughly 64 miles northeast of Oklahoma Metropolis.

A police officer might be seen within the video racing from automobile to automobile checking for survivors and speaking with witnesses.

“I simply heard a loud bang and noticed an enormous previous fireball flip over my automobile,” a person might be heard telling the officer.

The Mustang’s driver, Luke Home, 18, was charged with two counts of second-degree homicide — one rely for the dying of his passenger, recognized by police as Ryan Begnaud, 18, and one other for dying of the passenger within the Impala, recognized as Jeremi Smith, 40, police mentioned in a press release Friday.

The Impala’s driver was hospitalized, the police division mentioned. Her situation was not instantly clear.

The crash occurred shortly after 4 a.m. on State Freeway 51 as Home drove east within the highway’s westbound lanes, police mentioned.

He struck the Impala head-on earlier than he hit a second occupied automobile in a comfort retailer car parking zone and several other extra empty autos at a close-by automobile dealership, police mentioned.

Car information confirmed Home’s Mustang was driving “in extra” of 150 mph, the division mentioned.

Home, who was briefly hospitalized, was arrested at house Thursday with out incident, the police division mentioned. A lawyer for Home didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Tuesday evening.

A preliminary listening to is scheduled for Nov. 7, courtroom data present.

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