Jimmy Martín Brito Wiki – Jimmy Martín Brito Biography
Jimmy Martín Brito, 33, allegedly lost control of his Subaru Impreza sedan and crashed into a tree in Monterey, south Sydney, at 9:50 p.m. Friday, killing two boys, ages nine and ten, and wounding a nine-year-old girl. He was charged with two counts of dangerous driving causing death and one count of misconduct causing bodily harm and was due to appear in court via a hospital bedside hearing on Sunday. However, the matter was adjourned after his defense attorney, Fahim Arya, told the court that they were not ready to proceed as Brito is still recovering from serious injuries sustained in the accident.Outside court, Arya told reporters that his client had had a “limited conversation” with the mother of the two children who died while he was in hospital, reports the Sydney Morning Herald. Arya said the mother was “distraught and distraught” but she “she’s still there for him and for him.” He added that Brito was “just out of surgery” and was on medication as he begins his long road to recovery. “I don’t know if he knows that the two little ones have lost their lives,” Arya said.
Jimmy Martín Brito is 33 years old.
Mother of boys killed in crash ‘distraught’
The revelations come after it was revealed that heartbroken relatives of the children shared a message with their loved ones urging them to slow down on the roads. Police will allege Brito was speeding when he lost control of the vehicle and veered onto the wrong side of the road and crashed into a tree at the intersection of The Grand Parade and Culver Street. The children, who were sitting in the back seat, were freed from the wreckage and rushed to Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick, where they died shortly afterwards. The girl, who was in the passenger seat, was also taken to hospital with minor injuries. Brito was transferred to St George’s Hospital under police surveillance and remained there on Sunday. Meanwhile, members of the community flocked to the crash site to pay their respects to the brothers who lost their lives. A makeshift memorial has been erected at the base of the tree where the car crashed, and mourners left flowers and teddy bears. The full extent of the kill was still visible on the tree Saturday: a large panel of bark was missing, cut marks etched into the trunk and glass shards embedded in the wood. The shock of the impact was so intense that the Subaru Impreza’s engine was thrown from the hood. Police are investigating whether street racing was involved in the accident and are looking for a gray sedan that may have been involved in the incident. Anyone with information, dash cam or CCTV should contact the police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.