Tony Baker's son, 21, & 2 others killed in car 'race' crash as comedian says family are overcome by 'waves of grief'

THE son of comedian Tony Baker and two others were killed in a car "race" crash, according to reports.

Cops said the accident happened at around 11:50pm on Tuesday in Burbank, California.


The comic’s son Cerain Baker, 21, was identified by coroners as one of the victims.

It’s reported that two others were killed in the car accident, according to NBC4.

They have been identified as Jaiden Kishon Johnson, 20, and 19-year-old Natalee Asal Moghaddam.

Cops said the Volkswagen they were traveling in appeared to be racing with two other cars.

Tony Baker told NBC4 Thursday: "It feels like it's not real. We get waves of grief. We sob uncontrollably. Then it's back to regular conversation."

Cerain's brother Cencere said: "I went to school with him. I'm just a year younger. You could tell how everybody liked him."

It feels like it's not real. We get waves of grief."

The victims were ejected from a silver Volkswagen they were traveling in and were unconscious when paramedics arrived on the scene, Revolt reports.

Coroners said they died accidentally of "multiple blunt force injuries", according to reports.

A fourth person inside the Volkswagen was seriously injured and taken to a local hospital.

A black Mercedes was also reportedly involved in the accident but the two passengers in the car were not injured, according to reports.

Cops said one car was "partially broke in half" as witnesses reported hearing a "boom" noise.

Fans offered their condolences to Tony following his son’s death.

One posted: “Please send some prayers up for comedian Tony Baker. I can’t even imagine what he’s feeling right now.”

Another said: “Tony kept a lot of people laughing last year when we needed it most. My prayers are for him and his son.”

Sgt. Emil Brimway, of Burbank Police, told ABC7 that he had never seen such a destructive crash in nearly 20 years.

The investigation remains ongoing and no charges have been made.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Burbank Police Traffic Bureau at 818-238-3100.

This is a developing story…

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