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30 January 2018, 01:28 | Kenneth Drake
HAYES Met Police are investigating the incident in west London
An Indian-origin man named Jaynesh Chudasama has been arrested and charged by Scotland Yard after he ploughed his vehicle into three teenagers who were walking to a birthday party on Friday, killing them.
It is understood they had been on their way to an 18th birthday party at a nearby football club when they were killed.
Scotland Yard confirmed the driver, aged 28, to have been rushed to a hospital to be treated before police arrest him.
Police say: "In the evening of Friday, 26 January, an Audi A5 collided with three boys who are believed to have been on the pavement at Shepiston Lane at approximately 8.41pm".
Staff at the Esso garage on Shepiston Lane said a group of teenagers had been fighting at the entrance to the forecourt shortly before the crash, with one cashier revealing that police inspected the CCTV footage of the brawl.
Despite the efforts of police and ambulance crews, all three boys died at the scene.
He said teenagers didn't usually hang around in the area, which is just next to the M4, junction 4.
Jaynesh Chudasama, from Hayes, west London, is accused of three counts of causing the death by unsafe driving, the Metropolitan Police have confirmed.
Detectives previously said there were at least two men in a black Audi that ploughed into the pedestrians in Hayes, west London, on Friday night.
"Enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances of the collision and the number of occupants in the vehicle involved". He is being questioned at a north London police station.
"The police haven't told us anything", he said.
Heartbroken family members have left floral tributes at the scene to their "darling baby boy".
None of the other teenagers who were with the teenagers at the time of the crash were injured.
He and his friend, Amamdeep Matharoo, 27, pulled over and Mr Webb said: "I said "can you stop that, we're going to call 999".
Tony Kitchin, 44, who works as security guard at a haulage firm nearby, said: "This road is busy 24/7". Around 100 distraught family and friends arrived at the scene.
Det Sgt Jane Shaw, from the Met's serious collision investigation unit, said: "There are horrific circumstances that have resulted in three young people losing their lives".
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