Jebriel Dandan Obituary, Death – An eyewitness has described the horrifying moment that two tradesmen who had a history of driving bans were killed in a fire when their Audi burst into flames after it careered off the road during a high-speed police chase. Both men had a history of driving bans. An eyewitness has described the horrifying moment. The eyewitness was allowed to experience the dreadful event all over again. Jebriel Dandan, 24, and Seifeddine Malas, 27, were both killed when the performance S3 sedan they were traveling in rolled onto its roof and became engulfed in a blazing fire on the M4 freeway in Sydney. They were killed when they became trapped inside the burning wreckage and ultimately succumbed to their injuries. Malas was handed a three-year harsh corrections order in addition to obtaining a driving restriction that would continue until 2025 after committing a number of traffic violations over the month of June.
These infractions occurred throughout the month of June. In the past, Dandan was caught driving under the influence of drugs, driving while his license was suspended, and driving in the dark without lights, all of which led to the suspension of his driver’s license. The registration of Malas’s 2017 2-liter turbo Audi S3 sedan, which was worth approximately $80,000 when it was new and was capable of going from 0-100 km/h in 4.7 seconds, was also canceled in the last month, just a few days after it had just been renewed in December. The vehicle was capable of going from 0-100 km/h in 4.7 seconds. The vehicle was capable of going from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 4.7 seconds. The pursuit started at 12.30 in the morning on Tuesday after officers on the highway patrol saw a white Audi S3 driving recklessly on Centenary Drive in Strathfield, which is located in the inner-west of Sydney.
The location of Strathfield is described as the “inner-west of Sydney.” However, just a few seconds later, everything came to a devastating end when the automobile careened off the road on the northbound M4 on-ramp at Homebush and was consumed in a blaze. This brought an end to all that had been going on. Both the driver and the passenger in the vehicle were taken out by the accident. Despite their best efforts, an off-duty police officer, two trainee cops, and another off-duty police officer were unable to reach the two people who were trapped inside the burning building due to the intense heat generated by the fire. Both of the people who were trapped inside were a woman and a man. The eyewitness Leon Justin, who was driving nearby at the time, stated that the event took place “just in front of me.”
“They were moving fairly quickly, and they came perilously close to bringing down my trailer,” said the driver. “The Audi tried to shake the cops off by making a quick left onto the ramp while still going a high speed, but the Audi just drove straight through the guardrail instead of avoiding it,” the witness said. “The Audi tried to shake the cops off by making a quick left onto the ramp while still going a high speed.” On Facebook, he speculated that the individual behind the wheel of the Audi must have watched an excessive quantity of movies. The car went over the barrier and crashed into the thick brush embankment, which caused it to spin out of control before it smashed roof-first onto the freeway twenty meters below it. In the video, one can see the overturned truck being consumed by the raging fire that is taking place around it.