Veronique Sakr Biography – Wiki
Verinique Sakr is identified as the schoolgirl who was killed alongside her three cousins after they were crashed into by a 4WD driven by a man three times over the drink-driving limit. She is considered to be one of of the killed victims in 4WD car accident.
Veronique Sakr is the 4th victim of the #Oatlands crash. She’s been described by her family as a “vibrant 11 y/o girl, full of life, love and had a maturity well beyond her young years”. Her mother, father, brother and step-father have thanked the first responders. 💔 pic.twitter.com/1iP27FZEsR
— Tiffiny Genders (@tiffgenders) February 2, 2020
She was 11 years old.
Veronique Sakr Family
Veronique’s family revealed in a statement they were shocked after hearing about the tragic and senseless loss of their young girl.
“She brought us all such joy and will be forever remembered. She will remain in our hearts always”, parents payed tribute to their daughter’s death.
“She was a vibrant 11 year old girl, full of life, love and had a maturity well beyond her young years”.
Veronique Sakr Killed Alongside Her Three Cousins After Being Hit by a 4WD On Their Way
The Mistubishi Triton reportedly mounted the kerb and crashed into a group of seven children riding bikes on a footpath in Oatlands, north-west Sydney – killing Veronique and siblings Antony Abdallah, who was 13 years old, Angelina Abdallah, who 12 years old, and Sienna Abdallah, who was just 8 years old.
Victims included an 11-year-old boy and two girls, aged 10 and 13, who were taken to Westmead Children’s Hospital, where the boy remained under a serious but stable condition and both girls were under stable condition.
The group of victims were said to be on their way to buy ice cream with their babysitter while their parents were out to dinner.
According to a statement shared online on Sunday afternoon, Santa Sabina College principal confirmed Verinique Sakr lost her life last night along with three of her cousins.
Verinique Sakr 4WD Car Accident Suspect
The drink-driving suspect is identified as the 29-year-old Samuel William Davidson who was charged with 20 counts including manslaughter and high-range drink driving following the crash
However, he did not appear at Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday when he was refused bail.
The victims’ families are believed to be members of the local Maronite Christian community.
After the first paramedics arrival, they were shocked with harrowing scenes.
Footage of the crash scene shows police cordons and extreme damage to the blue Mitsubishi 4WD’s front bonnet.