Mother of Oatlands crash victim ‘shattered’ after memorial vandalised
The mother of a child who died in the Oatlands crash was “shattered” to hear the temporary memorial dedicated to the four children had been vandalised.
Photos of Antony, Angelina, Sienna and their cousin Veronique were taken down on the weekend at the scene where the children were killed by a drunk driver in Sydney’s northwest.
Bridget Sakr, Veronique’s mother, told Deborah Knight they had no idea who was responsible for the heartless attack.
“I was just shattered, I thought ‘why would people be so cruel’?
“We definitely need to be able to go and visit that site, it’s the place where the children died, it’s more evidence that we do need to a a memorial there.”
She said they were still in talks with the government to come up with a permanent memorial.
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Earlier this month, the Oatlands Golf Club rejected a permanent memorial for the four children at the site of the crash.
NSW One Nation leader Mark Latham told Ben Fordham Transport Minister Andrew Constance is “working on a permanent solution”.
“The bottom line is, we shouldn’t let these absolute bastards at the golf club win.”
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