PICTURED: Young car enthusiasts, 18 and 22, murdered when their ute hit an oncoming car – when video of their vehicle surfaced just before the crash
- Two young friends died after an accident during an accident in Victoria on Monday
- Kalinda Nheu, 18, and Pauly Khaled, 22, from Victoria were killed in the crash
- They were both interested in street car culture that regularly published on cars
- The police said speed was a factor when the yellow man was in control
- Tributes have begun to flow online for the popular young friends
Two young friends were murdered in a terrible way on the Mornington Peninsula on Monday morning.
Kalinda Nheu, 18, and Pauly Khaled, 22, traveled in a yellow ute when they lost control and set out on the path of another car on the Nepean Highway, according to The age.
An online posted video on a tribute page appears to show the yellow ute that the pair believed it was driving during burn-out before the crash.
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Kalinda Nheu (photo) was fatally injured on Monday morning in a car accident on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria
Pauly Khaled (photo) was also killed in the crash after their yellow ute collided with another car
The footage shows the yellow man turning his tires and smoking before he runs out on the street, followed by a dark-colored car that is also doing burnouts.
& # 39; I still can't believe it. This was taken (Monday) night two hours before you left this earth, we love you and will see you soon & # 39 ;, says the caption to the video.
The young couple were both very interested in street car culture with both their Facebook pages & regularly with messages from cars & # 39; s.
The tribute page is filled with comments from grieving friends with the comment that they had seen the couple less than an hour before the crash.
& # 39; I saw these two amazing people 40 minutes before they left this earth. I feel (sic) asleep to wake up with this horrible news, all my love goes out to everyone who has been bothered by this, this is one of the last videos of them two leaving on their last song you will always be with us. & # 39;
Hulde flowed for Mrs. Nheu (18), who recently got a job as a hairdresser's title
Police say speed was a factor when ute lost control.
& # 39; Two young people … who simply drove too fast through the rain to Nepean Highway, lost control and got out of hand on the path of an approaching car, & # 39; said Deputy Police Commissioner Stephen Leane.
The 25-year-old driver of the other vehicle was brought to Alfred Hospital in a stable condition.
Mr. Khaled is from Heatherton, a suburb of Melbourne.
Mrs. Nhue recently got a job as a hairdresser's title and is from Peacerdale, near Frankston.
Mr Khaled's sister, Marianna Khaled, left a sincere message on Facebook to her brother.
Mr. Khaled's sister placed a genuine tribute online to her 22-year-old brother
& # 39; There are no words to describe how much pain you have suffered or how it made us all feel. I wish you were still here next to me, & she wrote.
& # 39; Who is going to call me a loser, who is going to eat the food that I was saving, who is going to hit me on the back of my head and go through the house now? I really miss you Paul. I know heaven will be so good to you. & # 39;
Family and friends of both Mr. Khaled and Mrs. Nhue organized a motor show on Tuesday evening in the suburb of Oakleigh South.
Mrs. Khaled urged those present not to hurry or speed up.
Mrs. Nhue's football team, The Peninsula Strikers, paid tribute to the talented football player.
& # 39; It is with great sadness to hear and pass on the news of the tragic passing of Kalinda Nheu. For many years she was a dear member of our girls' teams. Our thoughts are with her family, friends and former teammates. & # 39;
A GoFundMe This page has been set up to raise funds for the families of both young victims.
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