HEARTBROKEN relatives of three teens killed as they walked to a party were in court today to face the Audi driver charged over their deaths.
Jaynesh Chudasama, 28, is accused of mounting a kerb and ploughing into Harry Rice, George Wilkinson and Josh Mcguinness, all aged 16 and 17.
The pals were walking to a 16th birthday party in Hayes, West London, when they were struck near a bus stop.
Emergency services were scrambled to the horror near the M4 Junction 4 but the boys couldn't be saved and were pronounced dead at the scene.
Chudasama was arrested at the scene and later charged with three counts of causing death by dangerous driving.
He appeared at Uxbridge Magistrates Court to confirm his name and address as devastated relatives of the boys watched from the public gallery.
It comes after a 34-year-old man was arrested yesterday after handing himself into police.
At least two men were said to have jumped from the black A5, but one was caught at a nearby Esso petrol station by members of the public.
Devastated school friends and family have continued to leave floral tributes at the scene of the crash over the weekend.
George's grandfather Nigel Goodhand said: "I keep breaking down and I've got other things to think about and I try not to think about George but it all falls in…it's horrible.
" as he was – a boy. Adventurous. He was 16, he wanted to go and help his father in the same business.
"He was a lad and a half he was – always having a laugh and a joke"
One sobbing pal Tia, 16, said: "I knew them all from Harefield Academy school, they were all so cheeky, Josh was the quiet one but he came out his bubble when he was with George and Harry.
"I heard about the crash on Friday night, I couldn't believe it, I thought it's not true, someone is winding me up.
"They were going to a girl's 16th birthday party at Goals.
"At school they were in different classes but used to go into each others class when they could, they were just really good friends.
"When it wasn't Josh and Harry it was George and Harry, but George and Josh were like glue.
"Harry had just been signed for a semi-professional team Farnborough Town.
Harry’s heartbroken mother Nicola Sales posted a montage of pictures of him on Facebook.
And George’s mum Sarah Baker posted a snap of herself with him — and the words: “My baby boy 16 years old xx”
Friends have been sharing messages of support to Harry's mum Nicole and sister after Saturday night's tragedy.
Liz Irvine commented: "We are all in shock at this devastating news.
"Our thoughts are with you. Sending our love to you all."
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