The Neighbors have just buried the teenager who had died in a motorcycle collision accident when his vehicle collided with a car which was carrying the Los Angeles Lakers player Lamar Odom and threw him into a New York sidewalk. Odom who is a reality TV show star with his wife Khloe Kardashian was visiting Queens when a motorcycle who took a left turn in front of the chauffer driven Cadillac Escalade sport utility he was sitting in according to the police report. Scores
The motorcycle collided with the front bumper of the vehicle and when skidded out of control as it hit a pedestrian i.e. a 15 year old Awsaf Alvi Islam according to Paul Browne yesterday. According to Rahat Islam a friend of the boy “It hit him from behind and he went right down headfirst,” an ambulance then took the boy to the nearest Elmhurst Hospital Center located in Queens, he had suffered severe head trauma according to Atiya Butler who is the spokeswoman for the hospital, the boy later died of his injuries.
The driver of the motorcycle was a 32 year old by the name of Christian Mora also a resident of Queens, was now in a stable condition at the very same hospital. No arrests have been made yet but the collision is still being investigated. Odom was not present at the scene of the accident and when the officers responded he was not mentioned in the report . Las Vegas odds
According to a source who was close to Odom had told the New York Post that he was not injured physically in the accident but was definitely shaken up by the incident. The SUV was originally owned by Attitude New York and the driver was not hurt. A spokesman for the transportation service who was involved in the accident said “We are deeply saddened by the family’s loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with them. We are cooperating with the investigation and cannot say anything further at this point.”
The victim was the son of immigrants from Bangladesh and was a big soccer fan who recently was involved in his local mosque according to Rahat Islam. Vegas odds
Nomani Choudhury who is the president of the Jame-e-Masjid mosque said “He was very quiet, a good boy,”