The footage you are about to see is quite disturbing and reaffirms the fact the United States morals and values among its youth have sunken to an all-time low.
A disturbing video that has gone viral on social media shows a 17-year-old teen from Las Vegas driving a stolen car and then committing a hit-and-run with another vehicle.
After committing a hit-and-run the teen driver and the passenger then spotted a bicyclist and then proceeded to hit him with the stolen car.
The bicyclist was later pronounced dead.
Here’s the disturbing video:
Las Vegas teens steal a car then commit a hit and run on an unsuspecting car before hitting a random man on a bike…for fun.
Whatever the max punishment is for this, it’s not enough.
Unfortunately the cyclists scummed to his injuries and passed away, and the teen driver has… pic.twitter.com/qaO2qtkq0c
— Azeem Shah (@axeemshah) September 16, 2023
Here’s what Yahoo News reported:
Members of the Southern Nevada cyclist community shared their shock Thursday after police deemed a recent hit-and-run crash that killed a cyclist intentional.
“I’ve never heard of anybody being intentionally hit,” Pat Treichel, founder of Ghost Bikes Las Vegas said.
Treichel shared his surprise over the recent incident in the northwest valley.
A video posted on social media reportedly showed the crash on Aug. 14 in a car Las Vegas Metropolitan police said was stolen.
The driver, who was identified as a 17-year-old boy, appeared to swerve to intentionally hit 64-year-old cyclist Andreas Probst, who later died.
The driver is now facing an open murder charge.
Las Vegas teen steals car, runs over man on bike for fun! The 64-year old man died from his injuries!!! pic.twitter.com/gXvQkx8AwG
— NEVER SURRENDER!!! (@DavidYeshua4) September 16, 2023
Per 8 News Now:
A ceremony was held Thursday to honor a cyclist police said was hit and killed intentionally in a hit-and-run crash.
Las Vegas cyclist community shares shock, devastation after hit-and-run crash deemed intentional
“He was honestly like a ray of sunshine,” Taylor Probst said of her father. “That just bled through your life.”
“He was an amazing man, a husband,” Andreas’s wife Crystal Probst said. “A father, a brother.”
“Everybody who ever knew him,” Taylor Probst said. “Loved him.”
The 64-year-old, who was a retired California police chief, was riding his bicycle along Tenaya Way and Centennial Parkway on August 14 when he was killed in a hit-and-run crash.