Police say a Norwood man was drunk and speeding when he crashed his car over the weekend, killing his brother.
The Norwood Police and Fire Department arrived at the intersection of Walpole Street on Route 1A at around 3 a.m. on Sunday, where they found a single vehicle crash involving two men.
Tresor Wrensford, 22, died at the scene and his brother, Treorv Wrensford, 23, was taken to a hospital and later arrested.
A candlelight vigil was held Monday night to mourn the loss of Tresor.
Friends lit candles, brought balloons and flowers and they tried to console each other.
"He was very open-armed, very cool person, laid back. It's just sad. I knew his girlfriend," said Jahmari Toussaint.
Earlier, Jim Lee said he was working late at his office when he heard the crash outside.
"When I looked out my office door, the driver was just in the street just screaming 'Oh my God, oh my God.' Obviously distraught," said Lee.
Lee says police had to calm the driver down while trying to save the passenger trapped in the car. The passenger was his younger brother, Tresor.
Police on scene say Treorv admitted to drinking two beers that night and they say he smelled like alcohol following the crash.
Treorv was charged with motor vehicle homicide by operating under the influence. The judge set a cash bail of $2,500 and ordered him to stay in Massachusetts. He also cannot drink or drive for now.
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