Banker killed in horror automobile crash


Sad to report.

The New York Daily News has reported that body parts littered a Bronx highway after a gruesome wreck Saturday killed two fathers - decapitating one - when an SUV went airborne and tore the roof off a livery cab.

The horrific crash on the Hutchinson River Parkway killed cabbie Ata Noorzi, 51, and his fare Patrick Sheehan, 54 - and left their combined seven kids fatherless, relatives said.

Noorzi, an Afghani immigrant, had two sons and two daughters, while Wells Fargo banker Sheehan - the original Jack the Bulldog mascot at his alma mater, Georgetown University - was the dad of three boys.

A driver skidded across three lanes, slammed into the median and sailed directly into Noorzi’s cab tearing its roof off and killing both men inside, cops said.

Both men died at the scene. Sheehan, police sources say, was decapitated.

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