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Tributes paid to teenagers

TRIBUTES have poured in for two Hall Green brothers who were killed in a road crash last weekend.

TRIBUTES have poured in for two Hall Green brothers who were killed in a road crash last weekend.

Hadi Suweef, aged 17, and younger brother Kamal, aged 15, were killed in the incident in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Their friends Hasni Ali and Hamza Siraj were also killed in the smash, which took place in Salisbury Road, Moseley.

It’s understood that all four teenagers were students at Hall Green Secondary School.

Emergency services were called out to the scene at around 3.45am. On arrival they found the wreckage of a blue Rover.

A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said: “Crews arrived to find a car which had been in a significant collision with a wall.

“The four occupants of the car, all men, suffered serious multiple injuries in the crash. Unfortunately nothing could be done to save the men and they were all confirmed dead at the scene.”

Tributes from school friends have been posted on the internet.

One message read: “This is such a sad tragedy. They were all so young and smart, seems like a waste of lives.”

The boys’ families are now being supported by family liasion officers.

Police are now keen to hear from anyone who may have information about the collision. Officers have already confirmed that the vehicle the boys were in wasn’t stolen.

Any details should be reported to Belgrave Road police station on 0845 113 5000.

 

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