Friends and family are grieved as five teens were killed in a “horror” NSW crash.
Southwest Sydney saw a devastating accident of five young people. Summer Williams, Lily Van De Putte, Gabriella McLennan, Antonio Desisto, and Tyrese Bechard were traveling in a Nissan Navara. The accident took place at 7.50 pm yesterday in Buxton.
What happened to Tyrell Edwards and five other friends:
Tyrell Edwards, the driver, and survivor with their friend Antonio Desisto were killed. Tyrell Edwards met with serious injuries and he survived the severe injuries in the hospital. The driver was only 18 years old. “They texted me last night asking if I wanted to hang out with them,” Mount said. “I could have got mum to pick them up and could’ve prevented it. Ellie Mount was a close person to two of the female victims near where 5 people were “They invited me to hang out, I told them I couldn’t stay out late. “I just feel like I can’t wake up.”
Family, friends, and politicians paid tributes:
“Gabby and Lily were very close, and no matter what happened they were always there for me,” she said.“Gabby was an amazing goalie and Lily was the best defender I have ever seen,” she said.“It’s going to be upsetting when they get their trophies for soccer and their parents have to go up and get them.” “He wanted to do so much with his life, he was really into weightlifting,” Gordon said. Summer’s friends had a sibling-like relationship with their friends. “One of them was like a little sister to me,” Jamarley Frail said.“It was heartbreaking.” “There are a lot of people in Wollondilly who are in a lot of pain today and are really suffering,” he said. Wollondilly MP Nathaniel Smith paid tributes to the family of the victims