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Nour Marbany died in a terrible accident at Merrylands. The shocking moment a ute collided with a car on a suburban street causing it to roll over on her roof and kill a father of six has been caught on CCTV, with police investigating whether drag racing was involved. Nour Marbany, 35, was a passenger in a Holden Commodore driven by his brother traveling down Hawksview St in Merrylands, western Sydney, at around 5 pm on Saturday.
Residents reported hearing three loud explosions as the Commodore collided with a Hyundai i30 in reverse, then rolled before hitting an unoccupied parked HiLux van. Despite the best efforts of NSW Ambulance paramedics, Mr. Marbany died at the scene. The residential street has a speed limit of 50 km/h. It is not known how fast the ute was traveling, but moments before it was filmed on CCTV accelerating rapidly to pass a truck on the same stretch of road.
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Nour Marban was 35 years old.
Her wife, Rema Zreika, shared a moving tribute to her late husband on social media, quoting an Arabic phrase from the Qur’an. You’ve smashed me into a million pieces. Inshallah [God willing] I can be strong enough to raise your 6 children,” she wrote on Facebook. ‘Verily, to Allah we belong and to Allah, we will return.’ Family and friends rushed to offer their support to the heartbroken family. “May Allah give you and your beautiful children the strength and patience to get through this difficult time,” one comment read. ‘Sorry to hear Rema,’ said another. ‘May Allah ease the pain in his heart, grant him Jannah [paradise] and have mercy on him and his family.’ Neighbors have called for action to prevent another tragedy in the area, where accidents have become common. Jemma Achi, a resident of Hawksview Street, said there was an accident on the street “every six weeks”. “Unfortunately someone had to lose their life [on Saturday] night,” she told the Daily Telegraph.
“Every time there’s an accident, all the neighbors get together and we all run.” Neighbor Tommy Naati said another resident was backing out of his driveway when the car in which Mr. Marbany was traveling slammed into him. “There have been so many accidents here,” he said. That’s why I don’t park my car on the street, I park it in the back. People are always speeding down the street. Ms. Achi and Mr. Naati want the collisions investigated and said speed bumps or other safety measures should be installed to prevent further tragedies. The 23-year-old driver of the Holden was taken to Westmead Hospital, where he received treatment for minor injuries. The driver of the Hyundai, a 37-year-old man, was not injured and underwent mandatory tests at Westmead Hospital. Police investigations continue into the circumstances surrounding the incident. Anyone with information about the incident or dashcam footage is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.