Gemma Cousin Wiki
Mother Gemma Cousin, 26, was driving a green Mini Cooper when she crashed into a red Ford Fiesta near Fort William on Thursday, February 20. Her husband Rhys, 25, was also killed along with her two daughters, Peyton, three, and Heidi, one.
Gemma Cousin Age
She was 26 years old.
Gemma Cousin Died In Car Crash
They were pronounced dead at the A82 scene by Hillfarm, Torlundy, Scottish Highlands, around 5.30 p.m. Thursday. The road was closed for almost 12 hours after the tragedy. The driver of the Ford Fiesta, a 56-year-old woman, was taken to Bedford Hospital, Fort William, with what was described as serious but life-threatening injuries.
Specially trained officers are supporting their relatives, while the driver of the Ford Fiesta, a woman aged 56, is being treated for serious injuries.
Paramedics and firefighters raced to the scene but the family could not be saved.
Mr. Cousin’s grandmother Helen Mackenzie Told
Mr Cousin’s grandmother Helen Mackenzie, 68, from Alness, Ross-shire, told The Scottish Sun: ‘I’m broken. I’m hurting so much.’
His aunt Marlene Seel, 49, said: ‘They were the perfect happy family. It’s all been taken away like the flick of a switch.’
Superintendent Simon Bradshaw, said: ‘I can sadly confirm that four people have died – a female driver, 26, a male front seat passenger, 25, and two children – both girls aged three and one.
‘All four were travelling in a green Mini Cooper.
‘Further details will be confirmed in due course but I can confirm that they were a family.
‘Specialist officers have been deployed to provide support to their relatives at this extremely difficult time.’
He added: ‘Every loss of life on our roads is a tragedy but the impact on families, friends and entire communities after an incident like this cannot be underestimated.
‘Our thoughts are with everyone who has been involved or affected.
‘An investigation is ongoing to establish the full circumstances leading to this tragedy and it would be wrong for me to speculate on the cause at this time.’
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