Driver charged with dangerous driving after mum, 33, killed in horror crash as Range Rover smashed onto railway tracks | The Sun

A DRIVER has been charged over a horror crash in which the Range Rover he was believed to be driving fell onto train tracks, killing his female passenger.

Rida Kazem, 23, was charged with three offences, including causing death by dangerous driving, after allegedly smashing into a Tesla and then onto the tracks by Park Royal Tube Station in Ealing, West London, in the early hours of August 22.

Mum-of-one Yagmur Ozden was a passenger in the car when she was killed after being thrown from the vehicle during the collision.

The 33-year-old beautician died of multiple traumatic injuries, while the driver, believed to be Mr Kazem, was rushed to hospital in critical condition.

An inquest was told how Baghdad-born Yagmur was declared dead at the scene around 40 minutes after the crash.

A man in his 50s, who was in the Tesla that was crashed into, was treated at the scene by paramedics.


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Police confirmed that Mr Kazem had been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, as well as causing serious injury by dangerous driving and failing to provide a sample of blood.

He is due to appear at Uxbridge Magistrate's Court next month.

A spokesperson for the Met Police said: "A man has been charged after a woman died in a collision on the A40 in West London.

"Rida Kazem, 23, of Costons Avenue, Greenford, West London, was charged on Monday, December 12.

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"The charge relates to a collision on the westbound A40 near to Park Royal Underground Station at 3:48am on Monday, August 22.

"A 33-year-old woman died at the scene. Her family have been informed of the charge and continue to be supported by officers."

Yagmur, who leaves behind a 12-year-old daughter, was described as "an angel" in tributes from her family.

They added: "She had an amazing bond with her daughter and her daughter will always cherish those moments she had with her mum.

"She was very funny and could cheer up the saddest person instantly, putting them in a better mood."

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