15-Year-Old Driver In Fatal Edison Crash Was Committing Suicide
A 15-year-old Edison boy who drove a car that left him and two other people dead was committing suicide.
Edison Police tell the Star Ledger that Srijan Saha, who drove a car head-in into another vehicle on Route 27 early Tuesday, had a suicide note written on his arm. He had taken 1995 Honda Civic without his parent's permission.
One of the victims was 46-year-old Mohammad Zia, father of four children, and Ali Behzad, 35, The two were out for a late night cup of coffee when they were struck by Saha.
Saha was a student at J.P. Stevens High School where a message posted on the school's website urged parents to monitor their child's social media use for signs they may be struggling to understand Saha's death.
Anyone with information about the incident should call Edison Police at (732) 248-7529 or the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office at (732) 745-3373.