Crash victims lost home in recent fire

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THE family devastated by the loss of a Perth mother and son in a horrific Indian Ocean Drive crash had only just lost their home in a Yanchep fire.

Vinny Shanti and her youngest son, six-year-old Nalu were killed in a head-on crash on Thursday.

Tributes have already rolled in the “authentic”, “strong” and “wonderful” mother-of-five who was behind the wheel when witnesses say a car crossed double white lines and crashed into her vehicle.

The tragedy came less than five weeks after the family’s two-storey property went up in flames in an accidental blaze.


media_cameraThe family’s Yanchep house went up in flames five weeks ago.

The 38-year-old mother and her son died instantly in the Breton Bay crash.

The third victim, an 83-year-old Nilgen resident, also died at the scene.It’s been revealed he lost his wife to illness just three months ago.

The Premier has promised action on Indian Ocean


media_cameraEmergency services at the crash scene. Picture: Seven News.

Drive with Police, Main Roads and the Road Safety Commission to meet next week.The notorious stretch of road has claimed six lives in less than eight months.

“Clearly there’s a problem with that section of road so Main Roads and the Road Safety Commission and the police are coming together to work out options to improve that section of road,” Mark McGowan said.



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