Grieving mum of boy who died after being hit by an ‘out-of-control van’ shares heartbreaking tribute

The mother of a boy killed when he was allegedly hit by a dangerous driver who allegedly crossed three lanes of traffic has shared a heartbreaking tribute to her son.

Adam Ghoz and his friend were walking from Casula train station, in south-west Sydney, at 12.40 pm on Thursday when the van hit the teenager.

The 17-year-old’s mother Rima posted her heartfelt comments on Facebook on Sunday, saying: ‘What a difficult test. Who will say ‘mum relax’?’

‘My Adam, my love, my heart, my soul. Always with you, not over protective, but you’re sharing my heart and soul with Tarek and Hiba.’

'My Adam, my love, my heart, my soul.' Rima Ghoz shared her tribute to son, Adam who died on Monday morning after a horrific accident last Thursday

‘My Adam, my love, my heart, my soul.’ Rima Ghoz shared her tribute to son, Adam who died on Monday morning after a horrific accident last Thursday

Adam Ghoz died after being hit by a van that crossed three lanes of traffic and jumped the kerb at Casula on January 7 (pictured, his mother's tribute to her 'angel' son)

Adam Ghoz died after being hit by a van that crossed three lanes of traffic and jumped the kerb at Casula on January 7 (pictured, his mother’s tribute to her ‘angel’ son)

Friends and family in the Amity College flooded social media with tributes to the late Adam Ghoz who was remembered as 'a beautiful soul' (pictured)

Friends and family in the Amity College flooded social media with tributes to the late Adam Ghoz who was remembered as ‘a beautiful soul’ (pictured)

‘My faith, my prayers, my soul, all will be covering you no matter how much the distance is that you are away from our dailies.’

Tributes for the 17-year-old flooded across social media, with many commenting on the teenager’s ‘beautiful soul’.

His official school Facebook page posted: ‘Words cannot describe the sorrow our Amity College family is feeling’.

‘May you rest in peace and be granted the highest ranks in heaven’.

One mother responded: ‘Adam will always be in our hearts as a gentle, caring and a compassionate young man with a beaming smile.’

Teams of paramedics and police worked to save the teenager after a van allegedly flung him into a brick wall at Casula on January 7

Teams of paramedics and police worked to save the teenager after a van allegedly flung him into a brick wall at Casula on January 7

A grey Kia Carnival allegedly veered off the Hume Highway and mounted the kerb before hitting two boys, Adam Ghoz passed away while the other boy luckily was unharmed

A grey Kia Carnival allegedly veered off the Hume Highway and mounted the kerb before hitting two boys, Adam Ghoz passed away while the other boy luckily was unharmed

Other tributes from friends and family included: ‘An angel has left us too early on this day, you were a beautiful memory and you always will be. Our memories together are unforgettable.’

‘Left us way too soon Adam inshallah you are in a better place right now,’ one woman wrote.

A grey Kia Carnival allegedly veered off the Hume Highway and mounted the kerb before hitting the pair and sending the 17-year-old flying 20 metres into a brick wall.

Paramedics took the teenager to Liverpool Hospital to be treated for his critical head injuries before he passed away at 2am on Saturday.

Following the incident, Ambulance NSW Inspector Braden Robinson said paramedics did everything they could to try to save the 17-year-old boy.  

Paramedics took the teenager to Liverpool Hospital to be treated for his critical head injuries before he passed away at 2am on Saturday

Paramedics took the teenager to Liverpool Hospital to be treated for his critical head injuries before he passed away at 2am on Saturday

The driver Cameron Forsyth, 37, was uninjured and taken to Liverpool hospital for drug and alcohol testing. 

He was charged with dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, drive in manner dangerous and negligent and his licence was also suspended.

On Friday, he was hauled before the courts, refused bail and scheduled to appear again on March 8. 

Following the incident, Ambulance NSW Inspector Braden Robinson said paramedics did everything they could to try to save the 17-year-old boy

Following the incident, Ambulance NSW Inspector Braden Robinson said paramedics did everything they could to try to save the 17-year-old boy 

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