First picture of boys aged 1 and 10 killed in Wolverhampton 'street race' crash.

This is the first picture of the 10-year-old boy and his toddler brother who was killed in a horror car crash today. Sanjay Singh and 23-month-old Pawanveer were in the family's BMW in Wolverhampton when it was struck by an Audi S3 at around 8.45pm last night."Our family is grieving over the tragic deaths of our two beautiful children, as well as dealing with the shock of the horrific crash," their parents said. In a statement released by West Midlands Police, the devastated family added: "We appeal to the general public to come forward as witnesses in order help police find the perpetrator who fled from the scene and to bring him or her to justice."At this time we would appreciate some privacy and space to grieve over our precious loss."Your co-operation in this would be very much appreciated."
Relatives have also flocked to the scene to pay their respects and leave flowers. One note reads: "I will never forget your beautiful face."Another reads: "In loving memory of a beautiful young soul."You were too nice for this cruel world."RIP. Fly high baby boy."The boys' devastated mum was heard screaming "my babies, my babies" after the three-car smash. The youngsters were pronounced dead at the scene at Parkfield, Wolverhampton."My son went out and could hear someone screaming my 'babies my babies'," a nearby resident said.
Another resident said he believed the other two cars involved were "racing"."I didn't see it but I heard it two cars must have been racing. My son ran to the window and said 'they are racing dad' and then we heard an almighty bang," he said. The 31-year-old man from the third car, a high-powered Bentley, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. He remains in police custody. Tanveer Hassan, 32, an off-duty taxi driver was overtaken by two of the cars involved."I was coming down the road when it happened. All of a sudden, two cars overtook me really fast, they were definitely doing over 70mph. I heard a bang and didn’t realize what it was."It was really shocking. The injuries to the children were unreal. The mum was sitting over her child. She didn’t realize that her son was lying dead next to her. There was blood everywhere," he said. Richard Jones, 44, who lives nearby said: "It’s scary living close to it, there needs to be some kind of speed deterrent here."I don’t know what can be done to stop it but the cameras need switching on and there needs to be a deterrent to stop it from happening."The driver of the Audi fled the scene on foot. Detective Sergeant Paul Hughes, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: "Our thoughts remain with the family of Sanjay and Pawanveer Singh at this extremely difficult time."We have already had a huge response from the public but would urge anyone who has not yet spoken to us to get in touch. I would also ask the public who have any information regarding the driver or recall seeing a blue Audi S3 and a white Bentley Continental convertible traveling along the Birmingham New Road to make contact."The investigation continues. Birmingham New Road is part of the A4123, a major trunk route, which connects Wolverhampton with Harborne, Birmingham.