A mother who died alongside her five-year-old son when a truck ploughed into their family SUV was a beloved primary school teacher whose life revolved around keeping her 'little family' safe. Jess West was died instantly, along with her youngest son Deighton, in the horrific car crash in Kingston, near Creswick in regional Victoria, on Sunday afternoon. Her eldest son, nine-year-old Oakley, was left with critical injuries and remains at the Royal Children's Hospital with his father Anthony by his side. The newly widowed father was driving when Michael Knowler, 59, allegedly failed to give way and slammed into their car just three days shy of the new year. Deighton graduated from his kinder class this year and was preparing to enter primary school in Pictured on graduation day with his mum. Pictured: Five-year-old Deighton ringing the bell at a meet and greet with Santa. Ms West was sitting in the front passenger seat with Deighton directly behind her as the truck approached.
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A five-year-old boy killed alongside his mother in a horror truck crash in regional Victoria has been remembered for his infectious smile and cheeky grin. Deighton and Jess West died when a truck collided with their car at an intersection in Kingston, near Creswick, just after midnight on December Deighton's nine-year-old brother Oakley and their father Anthony West survived the crash. Pictured: Jess West, 37, and Deighton West, 5 died when a truck collided with their car at the intersection of Kingston Road and Church Parade in Ballarat just after midnight on December Family members paid a heartbreaking tribute to the two as they begin the grieving process. Your thirst for life and desire to be the best at whatever you did was nothing short of inspiring. Take care of mum and never stop trying to win. Love always.
The death of a doting mother and her "bright, bubbly" five-year-old son in a horrific collision just days after Christmas has rocked the Bendigo community. Jess West, 37, and her son Deighton were killed when the driver of a prime mover allegedly failed to give way at an intersection in Kingston, about 28 kilometres north-east of Ballarat, on Sunday. Jess West, 37, and her son Deighton were killed in a horrific collision just days after Christmas. Oakley was flown to the Royal Children's Hospital and was in a stable condition on Tuesday, while his father received minor injuries. The crash also killed the family's dog, a Staffordshire terrier.
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