The crash that happened in Northern Territory, where a family lost their lives in their after hitting a fuel loaded road train, the ıdentities of the parents revealed.

34-year-old Desert council ranger Titus White, and his wife, Lisa martin and their four daughters had lost their lives in the horrendous crash.

The family were from Lajamanu Indigenous community, where they are in halfway between Daring and Alice Springs.
White had received four drunk driving convictions from 2014. He also was cited for driving his children without being restrained properly for three times.

And he was captured back in time, driving while disqualified, and unregistered, uninsured cars.
When the crash happened, White was charged with domestic violence and aggravated assault.
The crash was the deadliest crash of last 15 years, and officers stated that they are still looking for, “alcohol, fatigue or domestic violence”.
“They just finished sorry business for that. Now they are starting all over again but especially for the girls all aged under 10. Just devastating” friend of the family had stated.

NT Police Commissioner Michael Murphy, said in his statement as,
“While we call it an accident, it’s not really an accident”
“There’s some sort of element involved that could contribute to that whether it’s mechanical, it could be road surface, it could be roadway, human.”
“They have a number of injuries but the psychological injuries they’ll carry for the rest of their lives,”
“Our sympathy and condolences are offered to the family and friends of those who lost their lives” stated by road train company Shaw’s Transport.

“It is expected (the truck drivers’) injuries will heal over time and we are arranging support counselling for them and their families.”
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