A TEEN cried “I’ve lost my reality” after her twin sister was killed in a beverage drive crash and her mum passed on of an overdose two days after the fact.
Kellis Hood, 18, is surviving a “waking bad dream” after her kin Casey was murdered when a vehicle she was a traveler in crashed into a tree in Womenswold, close to Canterbury, Kent.
Her mum Natalie, 46, at that point took an incidental overdose in an offer to numb her abrading torment and kicked the bucket at her level in Temple Ewell, Kent.
The young ladies and their mom were inconceivably close after their father ventured out from home when the children were six.
Presently, beautician Kellis’ reality has been torn separated subsequent to losing the two most notable individuals throughout her life.
Talking about the twofold catastrophe, she told the Sunday Mirror: “I lost my entire universes in about a couple of days.”
She says that when her “closest companion” Casey passed on in the September 2018 accident, she “felt like a portion of me was no more.”
Kellis included: “When I heard mum had passed on, I crumbled on the floor.
“Everything hurt. I had an inclination that I was stuck in an air pocket, in a bad dream and everything was phony.”
She says she attempted to get up and thought about suicide after their demises.
Casey passed on in the wake of tolerating a lift from mum-of-one Lucy Leadbeater, 27, who was driving an acquired vehicle which she was not safeguarded for while smashed.
Casey and three youngsters in the vehicle were allegedly terrified and asked Lucy to stop since she was driving unpredictably.
She was being pursued by nearby cops after they saw the vehicle speeding close to Canterbury police headquarters.
Be that as it may, when the alcoholic driver visited a lay by just one of the travelers got out before Lucy dashed off again at seeing a police van.
The wild Toyota Yaris left the street and collided with a tree seconds after the fact killing Casey at 3.50 am.
Lucy kicked the bucket in the medical clinic the next day.
The two ladies were not wearing safety belts and had genuine head wounds.
An examination a month ago found that Lucy was over as far as possible and was driving “perilously.”
Casey’s sister Kellis hammered the alcoholic driver as “inept” and “silly” and asserting she “totally destroyed my life”
She stated: “Getting in the driver’s seat when you’ve had a beverage is equivalent to kill. It murders individuals and obliterates families.”
Kellis says she acquainted her sister with Lucy that night and demands that is a lament she will “consistently need to live with.”
Her mum was discovered dead at her level in Kent by her own mom Carol two days after the fact.
An examination found that she had passed on of an incidental overdose as she attempted to “protect herself from the agony.”