ORLANDO, Fla. - A vigil was held to honor the two women and three kids who were killed in a horrific crash in Orlando this week.
The vigil was held after 5 p.m. on Sunday at the crash site at the intersection of Clarcona Ocoee Road and Gaymar Drive.
The three children who died were Olivia, 3, Chloe, 5, and 5-month-old Antonio. The two women were 30 years old and 25 years old.
"We had a Hyundai passenger vehicle with six occupants inside that was traveling westbound on Clarcona Ocoee Road. The driver attempted to make a left turn on Gaymar Drive. As she made the left turn, an eastbound Suburban collided with the side of the Hyundai," said Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Montes. "Inside the Hyundai, we had three children pronounced deceased on scene and [two adult women]. Both drivers survived."
The children's grandfather, Pastor Anthony Oliver, is heartbroken. Not only did he lose his grandbabies, but he also lost his two daughters.
"Just imagining that final impact and what my kids were going through and what my grandchildren were saying and I couldn't be there to protect them," he said.
This is the second deadly accident that has happened at this intersection in 2021. A special traffic safety committee will meet Tuesday to discuss the intersection.
If you would like to help with the funeral services, you can make donations through GoFundMe.
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