Teen killed in crazed three-car crash on NYC highway: police

A speeding teenage motorist was killed early Saturday when the minivan he was driving slammed into two other automobiles and tumbled off a Brooklyn highway, cops reported.

Arizona resident Mohammed Ayth Alkotait was thrown from his Honda Odyssey as it landed on to the Shore Parkway support street off the east-sure aspect of the Belt Parkway in the vicinity of Bay Parkway in Bensonhurst, law enforcement stated.

Witnesses to the 2 a.m. crash told police that the Odyssey was touring east at a substantial price of velocity when it clipped a Kia and then struck a Hyundai before flipping around. The out-of-command minivan rolled off the highway on to the services road ahead of coming to a quit.

Alkotait was ejected from the minivan. Investigators do not feel that the teenager was donning a seatbelt, police sources claimed.

EMS rushed him to NYU Langone-Brooklyn, but he could not be saved.

Four passengers in the Odyssey ended up also taken to NYU Langone-Brooklyn with small injuries and were being anticipated to recover.

The drivers of the Kia and Hyundai were being not critically hurt.

Police had been investigating the crash Saturday.