Australia'We can't fix this': Friends of Snapchat crash driver Shania McNeill who filmed her playing chicken with oncoming vehicles moments before she died break their silence
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The truck driver who was behind a Queensland mother-of-four who died alongside her children in a horror crash last Monday night says she was not overtaking him at the time.
The two friends of Snapchat crash driver Shania McNeill who filmed her playing chicken with oncoming traffic before she crashed and died have broken their silence.
The 21-year-old crashed her pink Suzuki head-on into a Nissan Micra while driving from a party in Sydney's west just before 1.15am on April 28.
She was killed and her two passengers were injured, while two men in the car she hit were rushed to hospital where one remains in intensive care.
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Two people died in the crash and their identities were yet to be confirmed because the vehicles burst into flames on the Bruce Highway.
Six weeks after the fatal collision, passengers Hazel Wildman and Faeda Hunter have spoken in an exclusive interview with Sunday Night about the horrific incident.
'We were the girls that filmed it,' Ms Hunter says, referencing the Snapchat video depicting Ms McNeill's final moments that was released days after the crash.
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The video shows the young woman playing chicken with oncoming traffic and it was also revealed Ms McNeill was two times over the legal blood alcohol level, with cannabis and MDMA in her system at the time of the crash.
'This is what really happened,' Ms Hunter says, staring into the camera.
Hours after the collision, the two surviving friends drew criticism for sharing a selfie of themselves recovering in hospital.
In the image, they're both seen wearing neck braces and hooked up to medical machines.
The pair become emotional and are seen wiping their tears as they explain they miss their friend but 'can't fix this'.
Ms McNeill's father, Lee McNeil, has slammed the girls for profiting from his daughter's death and taking the TV deal.
Mr McNeill told The Sunday Telegraph he was approached by two networks but refused the offer saying it makes him sick to use his daughter's death for money.
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Major Crash officers would like to speak to anyone who saw the crash or either of the vehicles prior to the fatal crash in Rockingham.
'I've got a box of ashes in my garage. It makes me sick to involve money,' he said.
Mr McNeill is also still struggling with the circumstances around his daughter's death after it was revealed on Snapchat video she was playing chicken with traffic in the lead up to the crash.
'Playing games like that, not look through a red light and things like that I don't understand it, it's so senseless,' he said.
Police investigated the Snapchat video filmed inside Ms McNeill's car, which shows her mucking about behind the wheel before one of her friends screams 'Shania!'
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Charmaine McLeod, 35, was killed along with her children Aaleyn, 6, Matilda, 5, Wyatt, 4 and Zaidok, 2, when her car collided head-on with a truck on a Queensland highway.
The 21-year-old looks towards the road in open-mouthed horror before turning back and smiling.
She then waves at the person filming to direct the camera back towards the road before the footage cuts out.
The Snapchat footage was uploaded and viewed by up to 50 people around the time Ms McNeill crashed.
Officers driving along Richmond Road noticed bystanders helping people out of the two destroyed vehicles.
Ms McNeill and her two passengers were freed from the wreckage before a passing police officer performed CPR on her.
Tragically Ms McNeill died before paramedics arrived.
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A Perth truck driver, accused of causing a deadly highway crash which killed a mother-of-three, has had his charge upgraded to manslaughter. David Lawrence West, 46, is alleged to have run a red light on the Tonkin Highway at Forrestdale on April 15, ploughing into a car being driven by Moira Dunstall. The 55-year-old died on impact. © AAP Moira Dunstall's final moments were shown to the court. © AAP David Lawrence West, 46, is alleged to have run a red light on the Tonkin Highway at Forrestdale, Perth.