Samuel Davidson Biography, Wiki
Samuel Davidson is the 4WD car accident suspect who reportedly mounted the kerb and slammed into a group of seven children riding bikes on a footpath in Oatlands, north-west Sydney – killing 4 of the children.
Oatlands: It is a devastating loss of life which has caused so much heartbreak across the community. Four children killed and three others injured, run down by alleged drunk driver, 29-year-old Samuel William Davidson. https://t.co/uWTinIHDSr @laurakatebanks #Oatlands #7NEWS pic.twitter.com/xUMTdihvZM
— 7NEWS Sydney (@7NewsSydney) February 2, 2020
He is 29 years old.
Samuel Davidson Car Accident
The group of children was on their way to ice cream shop along their babysitter.
According to police, Davidson lost control of his Mitsubishi Triton and crashed into the group of seven children as they walked together along a footpath.
Davidson’s legal aid solicitor did not apply for bail at Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.
Samuel Davidson Victims
Veronique Sakir is identified as the 11-year-old schoolgirl who died along alongside her three cousins Antony Abdallah, who was 13 years old, Angelina Abdallah, who was 12 years old, and Sienna Abdallah, who was just 8 years old.
A 11-year-old boy sustained critical head injuries, and two girls aged 10 and 13 also sustained minor injuries.
Samuel Davidson Arrest, Charges & Court Appearance
Davidson was arrested after returning a reading of 0.150, three times the legal limit, New South Wales Police stated.
He has been charged with 20 offences including four counts of manslaughter, four counts of dangerous driving occasioning death while driving under the influence, four counts of dangerous driving occasioning death while driving in a dangerous manner, two counts of causing bodily harm by misconduct while in charge of a motor vehicle and negligent driving.
He is said to remain behind bars until his next court appearance on April 2.
According to police , Davidson did not try to run away after the accident and his passenger attempted to perform CPR.
Footage of the crash scene shows police cordons and extreme damage to the blue Mitsubishi 4WD’s front bonnet.