A horrific 4 vehicle crash on the Grand Central Parkway in Queens killed a teen and a man early Sunday and left 7 others with injuries. At least 1 car flipped and another rolled onto its side in the 6:30 Am accident caused by a drunken driver, near 188th St in Jamaica Estates. Cops arrested Andrew Shakespeare 33 years old of New Jersey. Shakespeare caused the fatal crash when he tried to speed past another vehicle in his westbound 2014 BMW SUV and lost control. Shakespeare’s SUV flew across 3 lanes, smashed into the guardrail and rolled over into the eastbound lanes. Charges against him include Shakespeare was charged with manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter, aggravated vehicular homicide, driving while intoxicated, reckless endangerment and reckless driving too. Akeam Grant 16 years old died at the scene after he was thrown from the backseat. The front-seat passenger, 34 years old Layon Campbell, died at Elmhurst Hospital Center 2 hours later. The 7 people who were hurt went to nearby hospitals with minor injuries. Twelve hours earlier in Staten Island, cops arrested the driver of a white Hyundai who hit a woman and 4 years old twins as they crossed a street. Elizabeth Johnson 56 years old hit the 25 years old woman and the kids, a boy and a girl, at Vanderbilt Ave and Osgood Ave in Fox Hills just before 6:30 Pm Saturday. EMS workers took victims to Staten Island University Hospital in stable condition. The little girl suffered a head injury and the boy and woman had cuts on their faces and legs. The victims have same last name, but their exact relationship could not be determined. Johnson, who lives in Staten Island, was charged with failure to yield to pedestrians and failure to exercise due care. There have been 14 motorist fatalities this year through Thursday, a 41% drop from last year when there were 24 for same period, according to police statistics. There also have been 51 pedestrian fatalities, which represents a 27% decrease from last the year’s 70. A total of 102 people have died in collisions this year through Thursday, including motorcyclists, bicyclists and passengers. That figure represents an 18% decrease from the same period last year, when 125 people died in accidents.