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Very Painful! Crash with wrong-way driver: Three Louisiana siblings killed

Lindy Simmons, 20, Christopher Simmons, 17, and Kamryn Simmons, 15, were killed in a car crash Friday.
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Lindy Simmons, 20, Christopher Simmons, 17, and Kamryn Simmons, 15, were killed in a car crash Friday.
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A Louisiana family encountered a disastrous loss as three siblings were killed in a car crash Friday.

Lindy Simmons, 20, Christopher Simmons, 17, and Kamryn Simmons, 15, died when their vehicle was hit by a wrong-way driver on I-49 in St. Landry Parish, as stated by KALB.

John Lundy, the wrong-way driver, 54 of Texas was as well killed, as stated also by the outlet.

The large family had 9 children. Cathy Simmons/Facebook

Dawn Simmons remained hospitalized in critical condition.
Cathy Simmons/Facebook

Christopher’s 16-year-old girlfriend, Marissa, remained hospitalized.
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Kamryn Simmons, 15, was one of the three siblings who died. Cathy Simmons/Faceboo

Lindy Simmons, 20, died after the vehicle was hit.
Cathy Simmons/Facebook

The family members were driving back from Christopher’s high school basketball game when the tragedy occurred.
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“The three babies of the family are gone,”

DeReoun move on with in a long, agonizing post.

“My dad lost his three youngest children and is with my mom in ICU. My mom is in the ICU without a any idea as to what occurred. … Our lives are shattered.”

The agonizing sister as well claimed that the accident was due to Lundy’s drunkenness, yet officials said the results of neuropharmacology samples from both drivers were still unresolved, as stated by the outlet.

A follow-up post to DeRouen’s fundraiser on Monday shows that Dawn and Marissa were progressing in their recuperation,
however were traumatized to learn of the accident’s carnage.

CAR CRASHES,   DEATHSFAMILY,   LOUISIANA,    SIBLINGS,      12/21/21

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