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Family prays for strength after NSW crash
Grandmother Georgette Abdallah on Tuesday visited the site and thanked the hundreds of people who have supported her family.
"Thank you everyone for supporting us," she told reporters.
"Please pray for us. Pray for my son and his wife and all of us. That's too much to handle. Give us strength."
Samuel William Davidson, 29, was allegedly three times the legal blood alcohol limit when he drove into the children.
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Rugby league stalwart Tim Mannah says he is "heartbroken" by the news.
"I have looked up to my cousin Danny since I was a kid," he wrote on Instagram.
Mother Leila Geagea visited the scene on Monday, telling reporters she could forgive Davidson.
"I think in my heart I forgive him. But I want the court to be fair. I'm not going to hate him because that's not who we are," she told reporters.
"It feels very unreal. I feel like I'm still waiting for them to come home."
Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Tuesday morning said the tragedy was unthinkable.
"I just pray for their strength as a family. They will be grieving beyond imagination," he told reporters.
Davidson's parents on Monday night said they were devastated and their son was deeply remorseful.
"Those poor families have lost their children. No words can help them and I'm so sorry to them," Allan Davidson told Nine News.
Hundreds of people have visited the crash site in Oatlands to lay flowers and show support for the grieving families.
The fatal crash has sparked a renewed push for a road rules overhaul in NSW.