Two siblings in San Angelo, Texas, were reunited for the first time after their parents and 2-month-old sister were killed in a head-on disintegrate earlier this month.
Five-year-old Zachary Clemens was reunited with his 8-year-old sister, Angela Clemens this week, Teresa Burrell, the children’s enormous aunt, said on Facebook .
“Yesterday, he[ Zachary] was able to leave his couch and get into the wheelchair for the first time. He and Angie were able to see one another for the first time. Angie has had a lot of brain injuries, but yesterday she was able to read and sing with us. Our mettles are so full of the miracles we are experiencing, ” she wrote.
“This is Zachary and Angie. They are able to touch one another for the first time since the incident. Our prayers are for these little ones who have a long tour of healing ahead, ” she added.
Burrell did not immediately respond to Fox News request for comment on Saturday.
Zachary, Angela and their two other siblings, Wyatt, 4, and Nicholas, 2, were involved in a head-on disintegrate on Saturday, April 7. The Clemens were heading back from their own families outing when the driver of a Tahoe lost ascendancy of such vehicles, strayed into oncoming congestion and reach the family’s Suburban, KTXS-TV reported .
The children’s parents, Jim Alan Clemens, 31, and Karisa Brianne Clemens, 29, were killed. The accident also claimed the life of their 2-month-old sister, Juliana.
Zachary, Angie and Wyatt were all taken to a local hospital in critical condition while their 2-year-old friend escaped the accident with only minor injuries. He is now with his grandmother while his three siblings are considered at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth.
“Little Zachary transgressed his back, but could experience his toes and that’s awesome. But when they took him in for surgery his lungs, they genuinely strove, ” Burrell said, according to KTXS-TV.
Angie, who only recently awoke from a coma, accepted many intelligence traumata as a result of the accident. Wyatt was paralyzed on his left side and suffered strokings following the accident but is on the mend. Burrell wrote on Facebook that the 4-year-old is an “active little boy who is stroll( carefully) and playing. He rarely sits still.”
Two disconnected fundraisers have been started to help the family paid under funeral and medical expenses. One fundraiser, on Facebook, has raised more than $100,000. The other, on YouCaring, has raised virtually $40,000.
Local authorities are still investigating additional details of the accident, People magazine reported .