WAYNE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – A man accused of driving while intoxicated and causing a deadly crash at a New Jersey gas station faced a judge Monday.

Prosecutors said 29-year-old Jason Vanderee was speeding and high on drugs when his SUV plowed into the Delta station off Route 23 last week in Wayne.

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John Warbeck and his 17-year-old son, Luke, were killed in the crash, along with attendant Lovedeep Fatra.

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Family members said John died a day before his 51st birthday and Luke had just gotten his driver’s license before heading to school.

(From left to right): Lovedeep Fatra, John Warbeck and Luke Warbeck

Vanderee was charged with aggravated manslaughter, driving while intoxicated and drug possession.

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His lawyer said he doesn’t remember the crash but feels an overwhelming responsibility for the deaths.