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Adam Ghoz and his friend were walking from the Casula train station in southwest Sydney at 12:40 p.m. Thursday when the van struck the teenager.
The 17-year-old’s mother, Rima, posted her candid comments on Facebook on Sunday, saying: ‘What a difficult test. Who will say ‘mom, relax’?
‘My Adam, my love, my heart, my soul. Always with you, not overprotective, but you are sharing my heart and soul with Tarek and Hiba. ‘
‘My faith, my prayers, my soul, everything will cover you no matter how far away you are from our journals.’
Tributes for the 17-year-old flooded social media, with many commenting on the teenager’s ‘beautiful soul’.
His school’s official Facebook page posted: “Words cannot describe the pain our Amity College family is feeling.”
“May you rest in peace and be awarded the highest ranks in heaven.”
One mother replied: ‘Adam will always be in our hearts as a kind, caring and compassionate young man with a beaming smile.’
A gray Kia Carnival allegedly veered off the Hume Highway and onto the sidewalk before hitting the pair and sending the 17-year-old flying 20 meters into a brick wall.
Paramedics rushed the teenager to Liverpool Hospital for treatment for his serious head injuries before he passed away at 2am on Saturday.
Following the incident, New South Wales ambulance inspector Braden Robinson said paramedics did everything they could to try to save the 17-year-old boy.
Driver Cameron Forsyth, 37, was unharmed and was taken to Liverpool hospital for a drug and alcohol test.
He was charged with dangerous driving resulting in serious bodily injury, reckless and dangerous driving, and his license was also suspended.
On Friday, he was brought to court, refused bail and was scheduled to appear again on March 8.