A mother and father have witnessed the car crash that killed their two young daughters in front of the family’s home.
Kaylee Rayne Creamer, age four, and Allison Raylene Creamer, two, were killed in a car crash on Friday in Jennings County, Indiana while riding in the back seat of their aunt’s car.
‘I was sitting in the house and heard the noise out front,’ their father Timothy Creamer told WAVE3.
‘I saw them coming across, and I ran out trying to get my babies out of that car.’
Kaylee Rayne Creamer, age four, and Allison Raylene Creamer, two, were killed in a car crash on Friday in Jennings County, Indiana
Parents Timothy and Shannon Creamer saw the horrific crash unfold from their front lawn
This Chevy Silverado was towing a horse trailer when it rear-ended the other car
Allison and Kaylee were riding in the back seat when their aunt’s car was struck from behind
Two adults were also seriously injured in the crash, which occurred at 1.10pm at an intersection outside the Creamer residence.
Police said that the aunt, Mary Bailey, had stopped her 2004 Buick Century to make a left turn.
A 2015 Chevrolet Silverado towing a horse trailer approached her car from behind and struck the smaller vehicle, cops said.
Kaylee was pronounced dead at the scene. Attempts to revive Allison at a local hospital were unsuccessful.
Bailey suffered serious injuries, as did a 63-year-old passenger in the truck. Both were transported to area hospitals.
The driver of the truck, 24-year-old Nicholas A. Fischvogt, was not seriously injured.
Kaylee was pronounced dead at the scene. Attempts to revive Allison at a local hospital were unsuccessful
‘I don’t know why God took them so early,’ said father Timothy Creamer. ‘But he wanted his angels back’
Local residents said the intersection is known for poor visibility and has been the scene of several other crashes.
Police have not yet charged anyone in the crash, but said an investigation was ongoing and toxicology results from both drivers are pending.
Timothy Creamer said he and his wife Shannon were trying to remain strong for their surviving two children.
A friend of the family has established a GoFundMe campaign for Kaylee and Allison’s funeral expenses.
‘I don’t know why God took them so early,’ said Timothy Creamer. ‘But he wanted his angels back.’