Yaqoub Saeed 15, identified as Hamilton hit-and-run victim

Yaqoub Saeed 15, identified as Hamilton hit-and-run victim

PC: Muslim Association of Hamilton

Yaqoub Saeed Death – The victim of the hit-and-run accident that occurred on Wednesday has been recognized by the Muslim Association of Hamilton. He was 15 years old. Imam Sayed Tora identified the deceased individual as Yaqoub Saeed in a newsletter that was sent on Thursday evening. Yaqoub Saeed was a member of the congregation together with his parents and five siblings. At the Hamilton Mountain Mosque, which is located at 1545 Stone Church Rd. East, a funeral service for Saeed is scheduled to take place today.

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The prayers will start at 12:15 o’clock, and then there will be a special prayer for Saeed. On Wednesday, Saeed was killed when he was hit by a vehicle that was being driven by another young person of the same age. Constable Krista-Lee Ernst, who spoke at a press conference, verified the information that both juveniles are enrolled at St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School. The child, who is only 15 years old, was taken into custody and accused with failing to remain, which led to someone’s death.

Related topic: Senior pedestrian injured after hit-and-run collision in Kirkendall neighbourhood

After being struck by a driver under the influence of alcohol or drugs on Wednesday afternoon in the Kirkendall neighborhood, an elderly pedestrian was transported to the hospital for treatment. At approximately four o’clock in the afternoon, emergency services arrived at the intersection of Aberdeen Avenue and Dundurn Street South in response to reports of a collision that involved a pickup truck and a pedestrian. Constable Krista-Lee Ernst stated that the pedestrian, a male in his 60s, was sent to the hospital with injuries to his lower body that were not considered to be life-threatening.

His condition has not changed at this time. In the meantime, the driver of the pickup truck proceeded westbound on Aberdeen toward Highway 403 prior to the arrival of the emergency personnel. According to Ernst, the truck was found by police almost an hour after the collision on the South Service Road in Stoney Creek. After that, a grown man was taken into custody for driving while impaired. Ernst reported that the investigation into the hit-and-run crime is still ongoing.

PC: Muslim Association of Hamilton

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