Emanuel James Smith, 17, and his brother Byron Smith, 15, of Bronson were killed on Monday after their car struck a tree.
According to Smith’s friends, the brothers were street racing with two teenage girls in another car when Smith’s Ford Mustang collided with the girls’ Ford Expedition SUV and both cars crashed into trees.
Both brothers were pronounced dead at the scene, and SUV driver, Jackie Rinehart, and passenger, Chanelle Gunthrop, were taken to nearby hospitals. Rinehart is in fair condition, and Gunthrop is in critical condition.
Our thoughts and condolences are with the victims’ families.
Venkata Chalam Pasala, 30; Sumanth Rajana, 32; Satyendranath Akula, 35; and Rajendra Prasad Jonnala, 50, died on a head-on collision that occurred on Michigan 10 in Southfield on Sunday.
The four were driving in an SUV and were hit by a vehicle driving the wrong direction. The driver in the other car died as well.
The Detroit Telugu Association spoke on behalf of the victims and their families stating, “Today is a sad day for our community, as we mourn the loss of four great friends in a single fatal car accident.” The victims all spoke the Telugu dialect and are originally from Andhra Pradesh state in India. Their families live in Farmington Hills.
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