Skip to comments.3 Siblings Are on Their Way to Recovery After The Accident That Killed Their Parents
Posted on 04/29/2018 3:35:40 PM PDT by BBell
Theres a long road ahead for three children whose parents were killed in a car accident on the way home from a family outing earlier this month, but their progress thus far is miraculous.
Zachary Clemens, 5, Angela Clemens, 8, and Wyatt Clemens, 4, are recovering at Cook Childrens Medical Center in Texas after the April 7 accident killed their parents Jim, 31, and Karisa Clemens, 29, and their 2-month-old baby sister, Julieanna.
Saturday was the first time all three siblings had been together since the accident.
Their 2-year-old sibling, Nicholas, who was also in the car during the accident, has already been released from the hospital and is staying with an aunt.
In special moment, shared to the familys fundraising page, the siblings hold hands as they sit in wheelchairs.
We are not going to limit the resiliency of these children, we are just going to accept every day as a gift, the childrens great aunt, Teresa Burrell, told InsideEdition.com.
The kids were all life-flighted to the Texas hospital after the tragedy. Angela suffered brain damage and broken legs and has undergone several surgeries.
Zachary suffered a broken back and had quite a few internal injuries, and Wyatt suffered brain damage and was left temporarily paralyzed on his left side after having multiple strokes.
According to Burrell, another womans car went over the median while the family was driving and the womans vehicle flipped over and landed on top of the familys suburban. The cause of the accident is still under investigation.
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Wow. Horrific. Prayers for these babies and those who are caring for them in the hospital and those who will care for them in the future.
Terrible! The only thing worse would be if they lived in England.
I drive for a living and see accidents like this almost everyday. If there is NO obvious explanation - then it's due to texting.
This is the latest one I got stuck at:
Was it a Dreamer who was driving the car that killed these parents?
a crash is not a accident
Given how circumspect they are about the other vehicle, odds are good it was operated by either a Dreamer or an illegal immigrant.
...........was a 3 time DUI Mexican, no license, beer in his hand.....cell phone on........police won’t release his name or nationality yet...motive is uncertain u see.....media is describing him only as a “young man”...............a local Federal Judge, appointed by Obama, has ordered ventilators turned off and starving to begin immediately as obviously these kids ain’t no good anymore................too much money..........why waste it on them??? Sarc/
Sadly, in the UK, something like the above scenario is becoming routine....
No it wasn’t. It was a woman. Her name is Monique. Doesn’t sound Mexican to me (although I may be wrong). Stop making s*** up.
Simialr story from my home town..
That’s funny. Good comedy is dead.
That is local news. Nobody cares a day later other than immediate family members. Same thing with your post. All one do is hope and pray for the best outcome for the survivors.
...........lol, ..............did you not SEE the Sarcasm notice??
In regard to your reply, I had read about that horrific accident before and that is horrible losing a mother and her 3 kids like that. We take a chance everytime we get behind the wheel and I'm always worried about my son, who is a cronic distracted driver, and my daughter and my 3 year old grand daughter. My daughter and Grand daughter went to Baton Rouge today to visit a friend and I will be worried until they get back.
Once again forgive me.
whoops... long day. Missed it! Sorry :)
“was a 3 time DUI Mexican, no license, beer in his hand.....cell phone on....”
Wow, TRUMP CALLED IT!!!
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