Posted August 28, 2018 04:17:11 The parents of a teenage girl who died in a car crash after an argument are mourning for her death after her parents were unable to reach her in time for her funeral.
Sarah and Chris Haney, who are parents to the 15-year-old girl, were able to speak to her at the crash scene on Sunday night and to see her at a hospital where she died, local media reported on Tuesday.
The couple, who live in Melbourne, said the girl had told them she wanted to go to the funeral and hoped to attend her funeral on Monday, but she was unable to travel due to a medical condition.
The teen’s parents have asked people to contact them at their home to say they will be in touch with Sarah and have been contacted by police.
Ms Haney said her daughter was an “unstable person” and had been a “good friend” to her family.
“She was very sweet, very loving, very kind, very caring, and her family is devastated and we will miss her dearly,” she said.
Police were called to the crash on Sunday afternoon and found the teen dead at the scene. “
When we can we will tell her that we love her and we wish her a happy and peaceful life.”
Police were called to the crash on Sunday afternoon and found the teen dead at the scene.
The Haney family has not released a statement.
The girl’s family are grieving for her and the news has caused outrage online.
Many people have written to police asking them to investigate whether the girl should be taken to a mental health facility.
One person said the teen had been “totally uncooperative and aggressive” when she was in the care of her parents, and that she had been taken to the hospital for a check-up. “
Please find out and take Sarah to a safe place so that she can get better.”
One person said the teen had been “totally uncooperative and aggressive” when she was in the care of her parents, and that she had been taken to the hospital for a check-up.
“Her behaviour at the time is just unacceptable,” another person wrote.
“I am so sorry for your loss.”
The Hanes are also grieving the death of their son, a university student who was on his way to a football match in Australia.
“It’s very hard for him to see that he lost a parent,” Ms Hanes said.