Champion boxer, 18, who died after his speeding car collided with an embankment on the M4 was speeding and had taken cannabis, inquest hears
- The young boxer was killed in a motorway crash in the early hours of April 7
- Mohammed Hashim, 18 died after his BMW collided with an embankment and ended up on its roof
- He was a top teenage boxer who had been compared to Muhammad Ali
A champion young boxer, who was killed in a motorway crash, was speeding at the time and had taken cannabis, an inquest heard.
Mohammed Hashim, 18, died after his BMW collided with an the embankment and a barrier between junctions 14 and 15 of the M4 before flipping and rolling across the road on April 7.
The young boxer, from Cardiff, Wales, had been ranked second in the world for his age in boxing, had won national titles and had been compared to Muhammad Ali.
A hearing into his…