Cerain Baker Wiki – Cerain Baker Biography
Cerain Baker was the son of Comedian Tony Baker, killed in a devastating three-vehicle car wreck, NBC 4 reported on Wednesday (Aug. 4). The comedian’s son, Cerain Anthony Raekwon Baker, was identified by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.
According to NBC, the crash occurred around 11:50 pm local time in Burbank, California, on Tuesday (Aug. 4). Police say street racing appeared to be involved in the crash and that criminal charges may be filed.
Three people: Cerain, a young man, and a woman, were found by paramedics and police officers and were declared dead at the scene. They were tragically ejected from the silver Volkswagen they were riding and were unconscious when first responders arrived.
He was 21 years old.
Cerain Anthony Raekwon Baker and two others were killed in a three-vehicle car crash.
Comedian Tony Baker is mourning the loss of his 21-year-old son, who tragically died in a car crash on Tuesday.
Cerain Anthony Raekwon Baker and two others were killed in a three-vehicle car crash in Burbank, California, NBC4 reported. A grey Kia racing hit their car with a driver in a black Mercedes Benz. Police arrived on the wreck scene, which occurred around 11:30 p.m. on North Glenoaks Boulevard at Andover Drive to find Baker and the other victims ejected from a silver Volkswagen.
Sgt. Emil Brimway of the Burbank Police Department told the outlet that the victims were not breathing when police responded at the scene. They were pronounced dead, and the coroner later identified them as Baker, Jaiden Kishon Johnson, and 19-year-old Natalee Asal Moghaddam.
A fourth victim was taken to a hospital after sustaining severe injuries.
Police suspect that the fiery wreck may have involved speed racing, and charges may be forthcoming. There is not yet any confirmation on who was behind the wheel of the Volkswagen.
The driver and the passenger of the black Mercedes did not suffer any injuries. They were interviewed by police and subsequently released.
According to authorities, one of the cars in the collision was described as “partially broken in half,” according to police. Cars that were parked nearby were also damaged.
Brimway declared that he had never “seen anything like this before,” in his 20-year career.
Police say a black Mercedes-Benz and a grey Kia had been speeding side-by-side for several blocks before the collision.
Everyone involved in the crash remained at the scene. The driver whose car hit the victims was hospitalized with severe injuries.
“In my 19-year-career, I haven’t seen anything like this, personally,” said Burbank Police Department Sgt. Emil Brimway. “Not to this magnitude and this level of debris over a two-city block span.”
No arrests or charges had been announced on Thursday afternoon, but that could change due to the street-racing aspect, pending the ongoing investigation.