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The tearful mom of a younger schoolgirl killed when a Land Rover crashed by means of an out of doors tea social gathering has stated she is haunted by the horrific scene “every day”. Selena Lau and Nuria Sajjad have been each eight years outdated after they died on the Study Prep School in Wimbledon, south west London on July 6 final 12 months.
Selena’s mother and father Jessie and Franky made an emotional attraction this morning, including that they’re “suffering everyday”.
Speaking to Vanessa Feltz on TalkTV, Jessie stated: “It comes flashing back every day, every night, and I wish that was me lying there not her, I wish I could swap with her, I’d give anything I have to have her back.”
Dad Franky says he retains asking himself if “there was anything we could have done to make that not happen”.
He added: “If it rained, they wouldn’t be having the picnic outside. All these different scenarios, every day.”
The tragic scene unfolded after the 4×4 smashed through a fence and into the picnic before ploughing into the school building. Police and paramedics raced to the scene, including 30 police vehicles and 15 ambulances.
A seven-month-old baby was also one of over 15 others injured as they played outside.
Jessie said she was left confused by the call from the school receptionist, telling her to get to the school immediately.
“She was like, ‘Just come, something really serious has happened at school’,” she stated.
“I thought it may be a broken arm, I didn’t expect anything else. I was thinking why don’t you take her to the hospital, it takes me an hour to get there.
“It does not make sense to attend for me to go to the hospital. And then I begin crying.”
Meanwhile, Nuria – who had simply learn out her “hopes and dreams” for the summer season holidays – was fatally injured and she or he died in hospital three days later.
Her household described her because the “light of our lives”, saying she “embodied joy, kindness and generosity”.
In an replace final Thursday, a Met Police spokesperson stated: “A 46-year-old woman from Wimbledon who was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving is currently released under investigation.
“Enquiries are ongoing.”
In an replace on Thursday, a Met Police spokesperson stated: “A 46-year-old woman from Wimbledon who was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving is currently released under investigation.
“Enquiries are ongoing.”