Three Louisiana siblings were killed in a horrific wrong-way Louisiana highway crash their family says was caused by an ‘intoxicated’ driver.
Lindy Simmons, 20, Christopher Simmons, 17, and Kamryn Simmons, 15, of Jeanerette, Louisiana, died in the December 17 crash on Interstate 49 near St. Landry Parish.
Their older sister, Katie DeRouen, shared in a GoFundMe page how the deaths have shattered the family.
‘I don’t know how to start or where to begin,’ DeRouen, 31, wrote on Sunday. ‘Their Christmas gifts are still wrapped under the tree waiting for them.
‘Our lives are shattered.’
The victims, their mother Dawn, 57, and Christopher’s girlfriend Marissa, 16, were returning from his basketball game at Acadiana Christian School in Monroe when they were struck by an ‘intoxicated’ driver around 9pm, the GoFundMe said.
The pickup truck driver John Lundy, 54, of Dallas, Georgia, was also killed. Police have not yet determined whether he was intoxicated.
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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Alyssa Guzman