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A teen witness at Rebecca Grossman's murder trial gave a dramatic account of the 'war zone' scene at the pedestrian crossing where she found traumatized mother Nancy Iskander screaming and the tragic sight of the shoes belonging to one of her two fatally injured sons strewn across the road.

Dorsa Khoedami – who was 16 at the time Jacob, 8 and Mark, 11 Iskander were killed in the horrific crash – told the jury Thursday that she had just finished playing tennis when she 'heard a very loud noise that was very alarming' then a second loud bang, followed by screaming.

'I told my mother, let's go', she said and, after calling 911, she started running toward the nearby marked crosswalk in Westlake Village where she found a distraught Nancy Iskander barefoot and a pair of shoes lying nearby.

The murder trial of Rebecca Grossman (pictured on Wednesday) heard testimony from a teenage witness -  a schoolmate of her daughter Alexis (right) - who was at the scene of the horrific 2020 crash

The murder trial of Rebecca Grossman (pictured on Wednesday) heard testimony from a teenage witness -  a schoolmate of her daughter Alexis (right) - who was at the scene of the horrific 2020 crash 

Mark (left) and Jacob Iskander, 11 and 8 respectively, were killed in the horrific crash on September 29, 2020

On Thursday, witness Dorsa Khoedami recalled finding the boys' 'screaming' mother Nancy (pictured) at the scene after the crash

Mark (left) and Jacob Iskander, 11 and 8 respectively, were killed in the horrific crash on September 29, 2020. On Thursday, witness Dorsa Khoedami recalled finding their 'screaming' mother, Nancy, (right) at the scene

The teenage girl told the court she started running toward the nearby marked crosswalk in Westlake Village (pictured) where she found a distraught Nancy Iskander barefoot and a pair of shoes lying nearby

The teenage girl told the court she started running toward the nearby marked crosswalk in Westlake Village (pictured) where she found a distraught Nancy Iskander barefoot and a pair of shoes lying nearby

Thinking they were Nancy's shoes, she said she went to pick up them up to tell the mom she should put them on, she told the jury. 

'Nancy was still screaming and said, ''they're my son's shoes'',' she said. 

Later, said Khoedami – a schoolmate of Grossman's daughter Alexis – her doctor mother 'described the crash scene as a war zone.'

Grossman, 60 – wearing black pants, beige blouse and black cardigan with a white rose pattern at Van Nuys court Thursday – is charged with two counts of second degree murder in the tragic deaths of the Iskander brothers in September 2020.

The wealthy socialite is facing a maximum sentence of 34 years to life in prison if convicted of the murders and she's also charged with two counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and one of hit-and-run driving resulting in death. 

She has pleaded not guilty to all charges

The founder with her husband, prominent plastic surgeon Peter Grossman, of the Grossman Burn Foundation, Grossman has been free on $2million bail since her arrest more than three years ago.

While prosecutors insists it was Grossman's car that hit and killed the boys, her defense team claims

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