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“The guy, I know he was [allegedly] drunk, driving on this street. Right now I can’t hate him. I don’t want to see him, [but] I don’t hate him.

“I think in my heart to forgive him, but I want the court to be fair. It’s all about fairness. I’m not going to hate him, because that’s not who we are,” she said to reporters.

Sienna, Angelina and Antony Abdallah died in the collision on Saturday night.

Sienna, Angelina and Antony Abdallah died in the collision on Saturday night.

Ms Abdallah said had been relying on her relationship with God in the day since her three children were killed.

“Danny and I were so blessed to have six kids, we love our kids so much. We tried to focus on their spiritual side more than anything. We tried to teach them to pray the rosary, to read the Bible and to share God’s faith.

“I asked God to come all together to pray as a community, but I didn’t ask [him] to take my kids. I ask him to take everything from me, but my kids. I am sad, I am heartbroken but I am at peace because I know my kids are in a better place,” she said.

“It feels very unreal, I still don’t feel it’s true. I feel they are still with me, I’m still waiting for them to come home,” she said.

Alleged drink-driver Samuel Davidson is led away by police.

Alleged drink-driver Samuel Davidson is led away by police.Credit:Nine News

On Monday, hundreds of people arrived at the makeshift memorial site to pray, sing, lay flowers and pay tribute to the four children.

One of the other children injured in the crash is recovering in The Children’s Hospital at Westmead after surgery, Ms Abdallah said.