Revesby crash: Mahee Uddin, 17, identified as victim, Sister speaks out

A 17-year-old boy who died after the car he was driving lost control and collided with a guard rail before bursting into flames, has been identified.

Emergency services were called to the M5 at Revesby about 11.30pm on Friday after reports a Mitsubishi EVO crashed into the guardrail.

The driver, 17-year-old Mahee Uddin died at the scene.

His older sister Tasnia Uddin shared the news to her Facebook page on Saturday morning, saying her “baby brother” had passed away.

“With the deepest heart, I want to let you all know my baby brother, Mahee Uddin has passed away,” she said.

“Let’s all remember his humour, his heart and his generosity.

“Rest easy Mahee, I will love you forever.”

Ms Uddin’s friend posted to the community Facebook page “Request Dua,” used to share prayer dedications within the Australian Islamic community.

“It’s with great sadness and heartache my friends brother Mahee Uddin passed away yesterday after being involved in a tragic accident,” they said.

“Everyone who knew or met Mahee knew his humble character full of humour and compassion.”

Officers were told the 17-year-old’s car was travelling eastbound when it lost control and collided with guard rail before catching alight.

The fire spread to nearby trees and grass and required the help of firefighters to extinguish.

A crime scene was established with the eastbound lanes closed while it was forensically examined.

An investigation has commenced into the circumstances surrounding the crash and a report will be prepared for the Coroner.

Anyone with information into the incident or dashcam footage is urged to call police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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