Man whose children were killed by drunk driver commits suicide after Father’s Day

A Canadian dad whose three kids had been killed by a drunk driver in 2015 took his personal life within the hours after Father’s Day.

Edward Lake’s spouse Jennifer Neville-Lake shared the tragic news about her husband together with a photograph of their three kids — Daniel, Harry and Milly, who had been 9, 5 and a couple of once they died within the crash.

“The eyes he shared with Harry are endlessly closed Daniel’s curls won’t ever shine within the daylight once more I’ll by no means see Milly’s shy smile creep throughout his lips anymore My kids’s father, Edward Lake, has joined our youngsters to allow them to play collectively, endlessly,” Neville-Lake’s Monday tweet learn.

“Mahal kita, Edward,” she wrote, which implies “I really like you” in Filipino.

A day earlier than she shared a put up with an image of the youngsters’s graves.

“This shouldn’t be actual. It could’t be,” the caption learn.

The youngsters’s grandfather, Gary Neville, was additionally killed within the suburban Toronto crash. Their grandmother and great-grandmother had been badly injured, in accordance with, which reported Lake’s suicide.

Her household was driving the youngsters to their house when drunk driver Marco Muzzo T-boned their automobile within the metropolis of Vaughan, the outlet mentioned.

Muzzo was reportedly granted full parole in 2021.

“I don’t have anybody left to name me mother. You killed all my infants,” Jennifer advised Muzzo at his sentencing listening to in 2016, in accordance with CityNews Toronto.

“You should know what it’s prefer to have each single life you created taken from you,” she mentioned.

Lake advised the outlet on the time of the sentencing listening to that he was grappling with “suicidal ideas and intense anxiousness.”

If you’re fighting suicidal ideas or are experiencing a psychological well being disaster and stay in New York Metropolis, you’ll be able to name 1-888-NYC-WELL without spending a dime and confidential disaster counseling. For those who stay exterior the 5 boroughs, you’ll be able to dial the 24/7 Nationwide Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or go to

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