Images of speeding offenses by the driver for fatal Valentine’s Day accident in which two people died
A 20-year-old driver uploaded images to social media and showed him the wrong side of the road for a “horrible” Valentine’s Day accident in which he and a mother of two died.
Julyan Mohan and his friend traveled through Palmerston, Darwin on Friday at about 11 p.m. when they collided with a car driven by nurse Evelin Kwok, who immediately killed her.
The images uploaded to Mr. Mohan’s Snapchat account showed a car rushing through dark streets when a male voice encouraged the driver to cross the wrong side of the road to overtake another car.
Julyan Mohan (photo) died in a car accident in which a mother of two was killed on Friday
The images flashed briefly to the speedometer, which showed that the car was traveling at speeds of more than 100 km / h.
The tragedy, which took place the same night the vision was shared, unfolded on Roystonea Avenue in an area with a speed limit of 80 km / h.
The car drove past Dorottya Cranney and Joshua Shipsey, who reminded me that I saw the gray Toyota Corolla trying to overtake another car further down the road.
Images uploaded to Mr. Mohan’s Snapchat account showed a car rushing through dark streets when a male voice encouraged the driver to cross the wrong side of the road to overtake another car
Evelin Kwok (photo), 34, was killed late Friday night when her car collided with another vehicle in Palmerston, Darwin
They claim that the car has been crossed on the wrong side of the road and a moment later collided with mother-of-two Evelin Kwok’s Hyundai sedan.
The 34-year-old was killed by impact.
Mrs. Cranney described the scene as “horrible.”
“I ran to the mother’s car, but she must have died in a collision … I saw a baby seat and my heart just sank away, but I searched and found no one else,” she told NT News.
Meanwhile, Mr. Shipsey went to check the passengers in the Toyota. There he saw Mr. Mohan cling to life.
Mohan lived when witnesses first arrived, but died a short time later while still trapped in the wreck
“He showed some signs of life and I did my best to free him, but he was well and truly stuck,” he said.
“The force of the collision had pushed the car’s engine straight into his lap … By the time the emergency services arrived and cut him out of the car, he was already gone.”
The couple helped Mr. Mohan’s passenger in safety. He was the only survivor of the crash and remains in a stable state at the Royal Darwin Hospital.
Mrs. Kwok was on her way to work in a retirement home after Valentine’s Day with her partner, Wei-kai Lee, at the time of the accident.
Now Mr. Lee has the worrying task of telling her eldest daughter, six, that her mother is not coming home.
Her partner, Wei-kai Lee (pictured together), how should she tell Mrs. Kwok’s six-year-old daughter the news that her mother is not coming home
Mr. Lee told the ABC his partner worked as a nurse in a retirement home and described her as “very compassionate with her work and clients.”
“Although she worked the night shift, she still spent time with the girls before they went to bed and on her day off,” he said.
Mrs. Kwok called Australia home for ten years.
“I don’t know how to tell the older girl what happened to Mother,” Mr. Lee said.
A GoFundMe was launched on Saturday to raise money for Mrs. Kwok’s daughters.
Major Crash Investigation agents investigate the circumstances of the accident.
So far, five lives have been lost on Northern Territory roads in 2020.
Mrs. Kwok had called Australia home for ten years and was delighted to see her two young daughters grow up
Police say the Toyota Corolla driven by the 20-year-old man was driving down the wrong side of the road when he ran into Mrs. Kwok’s Hyundai Sedan