Driver told police his gas pedal got stuck before. LAS VEGAS A Metro Police report details the bizarre moments following a horrific crash on September 3. Afrikaans Trou Program here. According to the report, 2. Joseph Eskandarian told police that his gas pedal got stuck before he ran over four children. In the report, Eskandarian said he ran home because he knew he was in big trouble and wanted to spend his last moments of freedom with his family. Full Version Battle Realms. Eskandarians story changed multiple times before admitting to police what happened. There are two videos inside this story. Click here to view both from the News 2 app. NASHVILLE, Tenn. WKRN The Uber driver reportedly assaulted by Michael Oher. The crash happened on East Desert Inn Rd near South Nellis Blvd. Police were able to find Eskandarian because he left a traffic citation in his wallet, which was in his car. Danny Miramontes, 1. Francisco Miramontes and 1. Deandre Lyle were killed. The boys were walking on a sidewalk on East Desert Inn and Theme Roads in East Las Vegas when Eskandarian lost control of his car. Eskandarian initially said that his car was stolen. He appeared nervous to detective Grimmesey and his statements were soft spoken, the report states. He later admits that he had hit people and tried to help by saying, are you alright dude when the individual did not responds, Eskandarian said he freaked out and ran home. Police say Eskandarian didnt display any signs of impairment, but admitted to showering and changing his clothing. Another 1. He is expected to survive. Eskandarian will be in court on October 1. Nexstar 3 Driver' title='Nexstar 3 Driver' />Albuquerque and New Mexicos trusted news source. Statewide weather forecasts, live streaming, investigations, entertainment, local events and living. A man accused of crashing his car into a group of boys and killing three of them told police his gas pedal got stuck which caused him to take his eyes off the road. The Chevrolet Impala veered off the western edge of the roadway into an embankment, then rolled several times before it struck a tree. Deadly Wrong Way Crash, Driver Had Blood Alcohol of 0. Warrant Said. A Lubbock grand jury indicted Alexander May, 26, of Midland Tuesday afternoon.