Bryce Fahey: 15-year-old who was killed in horrific car crash was expecting a baby with his girlfriend
Bryce was killed in the incident, while his friend, who was found injured on the road, was brought to the hospital in a serious but stable condition
NORAH HEAD, AUSTRALIA: A 15-year-old boy, who was expecting a child with his girlfriend, died in a tragic car crash involving an allegedly stolen vehicle.
Bryce Fahey, 15, and another youngster, 14, were in an allegedly stolen Mazda 6 sedan when they slammed into parked automobiles on Bungary Road in Norah Head, on the NSW Central Coast, in the early hours of Sunday morning, September 10.
Bryce was killed in the incident, while his friend, who was found injured on the road, was brought to the hospital in a serious but stable condition.
The 15-year-old hailed from a huge family and was expecting a child with his girlfriend.
Geof Fahey, his bereaved father, has released a series of images of Bryce and his siblings in the days since his son died, as reported by Daily Mail.
"When you came along son, my heart melted. As the years went by we had some awesome, amazing memories, fun trips and great holidays," he wrote.
He added, "Today would be the hardest day of my life. Getting that phone call, the dreaded call, to say your son has been in a car accident and it's not good."
He added, "I went down and spent what time I had left with you my boy, letting you know I'm here. Go look for nan and pop. The hardest day of my life, you must know. That one choice to go with your mate ended yours. Love you buddy, don't ever forget it."
In the end, he wrote, "Waiting here is going to be a long wait but I'll wait until we meet again, shine bright, light it up like you always do."
NSW Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that they are looking into accusations that the vehicle Bryce was driving at the time of the incident was stolen from a property in Buff Point.
Incident Investigation Unit officers at the crime scene are examining the circumstances surrounding the incident. The coroner will be given a report.
Anyone having CCTV or dashcam footage from the Buff Point and Norah Head regions between 2 am and 3 am on Sunday, September 10, is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.