Olympian leans forward and kills his son on the child's first birthday as he drives backwards from his driveway – making the destroyed father unable to speak
- Isaac Ntiamoah (36) accidentally ran over his one-year son in his driveway
- He backed out of his driveway when he hit Josiah on Friday at about 3 p.m.
- Angelina – Josiah's mother – rushed him to the hospital where he died shortly thereafter
The Australian Olympian Isaac Ntiamoah mourns the loss of his son after he ran over him on his first birthday, while he walked backwards out of his driveway.
The track and field athlete, 36, drove his Mitsubishi ASX when he accidentally hit his son Josiah in his Green Valley house in western Sydney at about 3 p.m.
Ntiamoah & # 39; s wife Angelina witnessed the tragedy and hurried with her son to Liverpool Hospital, where he died shortly thereafter.
Mr. Ntiamoah had made trips to and from Whitford Road to organize his son's birthday party.
The Australian Olympian Isaac Ntiamoah (pictured right with his wife Angelina and his friend David Yarza Porto) mourns the loss of his son Josiah
The 36-year-old could not communicate the details of the incident to the police until Saturday morning because he was in shock, The Sunday Telegraph reported.
NSW police are still investigating the circumstances of the incident, which is being treated as a tragic accident.
Mr. Ntiamoah has undergone mandatory blood and urine tests.
His Mitsubishi was begged by the Crash Investigatiom Unit for investigation and returned to the family on Saturday.
Loved ones visited the family at their home, where they offered their condolences and gave flowers.
A neighbor, who wanted to remain anonymous, told the publication that Mr. Ntiamoah is a & # 39; fantastic father & # 39; and that Josiah & # 39; a very good little boy & # 39; used to be.
Mr. Ntiamoah participated in the Australian 4 x 100m relay team and qualified for the final at the London Olympic Games in 2012, where he finished in sixth place.
He also finished fourth in a relay at the Commonwealth Games 2010.
A neighbor, who wanted to remain anonymous, told the publication that Mr. Ntiamoah is a & # 39; fantastic father & # 39; and that Josiah & # 39; a very good little boy & # 39; used to be
& # 39; The Australian Athletics Family today mourns the loss of the young son of the Olympic Isaac Ntiamoah, & # 39; tweeted Athletics Australia.
& # 39; Our community shares their collective thoughts and condolences with Isaac and his family in this terrible time. & # 39;
An NSW police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia: & # 39; A report will be prepared for the coroner following the death of a child who has been beaten in a driveway in Green Valley. & # 39;
Loved ones visited the family at their home, where they offered their condolences and gave flowers
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