Twin sisters, Khadijah and Khertima Taylor, and friend Kafiya Gill, who were killed in a car crash in San Fernando on June 9.
Mom - Someone should be held responsible
"They are in my thoughts all the time. My life will never be the same again. Today is three months and I feel the same way as the day it happened"
CAROLYN KISSOON email@example.com
The mother of twin sisters, Khadijah and Khertima Taylor, who were killed in a crash three months ago, said yesterday that someone should be held responsible for her daughters' deaths.
Desiree Waddle, a mother of three, said she was patient as police continue investigations into the accident which claims the lives of her 18-year-old daughters and their friend 19-year-old Kafiya Gill.
"I have not been contacted by the police on the status of the investigations. I am patient. I am waiting to see what happens. But someone needs to be held responsible for what happened," she said.
Waddle, of Jack Street, Marabella, said she was never contacted by the young man who was driving the car on the night her daughters' died. "I was never seen the driver since the accident. I don't know anything about him. But someone needs to be held responsible for what happened," she said.
Waddle said her life had changed drastically since her daughters' deaths on June 9.
"They are in my thoughts all the time. My life will never be the same again. Today is three months and I feel the same way as the day it happened," she said.
Waddle said she was praying that a thorough investigation is conducted in the accident.
"I am giving them time to do their investigation. I will leave it all in the Lord's hands," she said.
The sisters and Gill were killed when the car they were in crashed into a bridge at the Cross Crossing interchange in San Fernando.
Driver Anthony Balkissoon, 20, and passengers Teenisha Garcia, 19, and Akinton Derrick, 22, suffered injuries and were treated at hospital.
The friends were returning from celebrating a birthday at a nightclub in San Fernando.
The Taylor sisters were Sixth Form pupils at the St Joseph's Convent in San Fernando. Gill was a student at the University of the West Indies south campus.