Shocking moment boy racer's Range Rover flips as it crashes into Tesla dealership before landing on Tube tracks in horror 110mph smash that killed beauty therapist - as killer is jailed for 7½ years. Rida Kazem was told he was 'showing off' to his passengers before the tragedy This is the shocking moment a Range Rover slams at high speed into a Tesla garage and ends up on the tracks of a London Underground station as the driver was jailed for seven and half years.CCTV footage shows the £180,000 Range Rover somersault through the air after hitting a kerb outside the garage on the A40 road in west London in a horror smash at 110mph that left beautician Yagmur Ozden dead after being ejected from the car.The 'boy racer' driver Rida Kazen, who lost a leg in the crash, was today jailed for causing death by dangerous driving.The videos were part of a compilation played at Isleworth Crown court during the sentencing of the 24 year old.The black Range Rover can clearly be seen as it slams into a metal fence before tearing through a glass advertising hoarding.Debris from the crash flies in all directions amid a shower of sparks.
Another video shows the Range Rover approaching the garage at high speed before leaving the road.
A third video picks out the headlights of the car as it speeds along the A40.The vehicle ended up somersaulting over the ticket office if Park Royal tube station and landing in the rail tracks.The series of graphic videos were shown in court leaving the friends and family of 33 year old Ozden distressed and in tears.A previous video of the crash came from a dash am on a Tesla being charged.The new four videos were from security cameras at the Tesla garage.Yagmur Ozden, a mother-of-one, died at the scene of the crash at Park Royal Underground station in August last year
The family of Yagmur have blasted the sentence of the 'boy racer' who smiled as he was jailed for crashing his Range Rover onto the tracks of a London Underground station.
Kazem, 24, who was 'showing off' to his two passengers when he crashed his car, smiled as he was jailed for seven and a half years at Isleworth Crown Court in west London today - while relatives of Ms Ozden wept from the public gallery.Following his sentencing, Ms Ozden's sister Maya Kodsi, 37, raged at the British justice system and said the sentence was not long enough.
She said: 'This is so painful for us. What is wrong with British justice? He has killed my sister and will be out in a few years.'
Ms Ozden's 13-year-old daughter Melek, who is now living with her grandmother, said the sentencing 'doesn't give my mum any justice'.She said: 'It's really offensive and it didn't show he was sorry and there was no respect, and the outcome was horrible and I don't really like the sentence. Hopefully my mum does get justice some day.'The were gasps and sobs from members of Ms Ozden's family as CCTV footage, which captured the collision, was played at Isleworth Crown Court today.Kazem's black Range Rover Sport SVR, valued at £180,000, could be seen hitting a top speed of 110mph on the 40mph-limit A40 westbound near Ealing before he lost control.
Also hurt in the crash was the driver's front seat passenger, Zamarod Arif, who survived but suffered a broken arm and leg. Kazem, whose left leg was amputated below the knee following the crash, had been driving the two women home from a night out in the early hours of August 22.The vehicle hit a stationary Tesla, occupied by a taxi driver who was charging the car, before the wreckage ended up on the tracks at Park Royal tube station.Judge Martin Edmunds KC jailed Kazem, from Greenford, west London, for seven and a half years after he pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.He will serve at least two-thirds of the sentence and was also banned from driving for more than 12 years.