Siblings Hold Hands For the First Time after Becoming Orphans

The very moment you realize your entire life, as you have known it, no longer exists is also the time you have to be the strongest. But how strong can one really be when they are just 5 years old or 8 years old.

The below picture is of a pair of siblings who lost their parents in a car crash. Angie, an eight-year-old and Zachary, a five-year-old along with their two brothers survived the car crash.

They lost Juliana, their two-month-old sister, and parents in the car crash on April 7, in Texas.

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It’s reported that the other driver lost control over the vehicle and jammed straight into them.

The picture shows a moment between the siblings as Zach leaves his hospital bed to meet his sister.

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Their other brother, Nicholas, is well now and is no longer in the hospital. Wyatt is undergoing treatment for critical injuries.

Angie has been in a coma for two days and when she finally woke up, she told the people in the hospital that she wants to see her brother Wyatt. The two blew kisses to each other.

It was on Thursday that she finally met her brother Zachary.

Karisa’s aunt, Teresa Burrell, said:

“It’s really devastating. Little Zachary broke his back, but could feel his toes and that’s awesome. But when they took him in for surgery his lungs, they really struggled.

As we try to help these guys come to reality, when they are conscious, when they are able to understand that their parents are gone. That their little sister is gone, you know, it’s a challenge.”