Actor and comedian Tony Baker broke his silence today and shared a heartfelt message on Instagram in the wake of the passing of his son, along with two others, after they were tragically killed due to a deadly crash by suspected street racers near Los Angeles, said officials on Tuesday. According to Yahoo News, Burbank police identified Tony’s son, Cerain Baker, Jaiden Johnson, and Natalee Moghaddam, as victims of the multivehicle crash, which ended in flames.
The accident occurred at about 11:50 p.m. at the intersection of Glenoaks Boulevard and Andover Drive in Burbank. Investigators said the alleged street racers were driving a Kia and a Mercedes Benz, which hit the victims inside a Volkswagens. The reports state that all three victims died due to multiple blunt force injuries. In addition, the police department revealed in a statement that the victims were ejected from the Volkswagen when the officers and paramedics arrived at the scene.
As the news broke, several people began to overpour Tony Bakers Instagram comments with support and thoughtful messages in his time of need. Tony shared that his heart was completely broken, but he still found the words to thank everyone for the support. Tony wrote, “Myself and My Family are overwhelmed with the love and care from friends, fans and complete strangers. I FEEL the love. I see the text messages and some of the DM’s and just want you all to know that it’s appreciated.”
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He continued, “My heart goes out to Jaiden & Natalee’s families as well. For those that were at the Vigil on Wednesday nite, you know that I was howling, crying one minute, then crackin jokes the next. Thank You All. And I‘m soo sorry that ya’ll are sad too.”
It is unclear if Burbank police have made any arrests, but we will keep you updated as more information becomes available.
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