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Buxton crash victim’s mother breaks her silence


The mother of Buxton crash victim Summer Williams has broken her silence as she thanks the community for their support since her daughter’s death.

Summer was killed alongside her Picton High School peers Antonio Desisto, Tyrese Bechard, Lily Van De Putte and Gabriella McLennan – all aged 14 to 16 – when a Nissan Navara ute veered off the road and into a tree southwest of Sydney on September 6.

The driver and sole survivor, Tyrell Edwards, 18, has been charged with five counts of dangerous driving and remains in jail on suicide watch.

On Wednesday, Lisa Williams issued a heartfelt message of appreciation to the community as her family braces for the ‘tough’ journey ahead without their 14-year-old daughter.

‘Thank you [to] the Wollondilly community for the love and support that has been shown to my family throughout this nightmare,’ Ms Williams wrote in a local Facebook group.

Summer Williams, 14, was tragically killed when a car carrying six teenagers ploughed into a tree in Buxton, southwest of Sydney, on September 6

Summer Williams, 14, was tragically killed when a car carrying six teenagers ploughed into a tree in…



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