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Four siblings have passed away from injuries suffered in a crash that occurred last Friday, December 7th in Greenville County, South Carolina.
The crash happened shortly before 12:30 am Friday morning. There were five people in the van, including four children and the driver, when it ran off the right side of the road and hit several trees.
Three of the siblings died at the scene of the crash, 4-year-old Arnez Yaron Jamison, Jr., 6-year-old Robbiana Evans, and 8-year-old Jamire Halley. 2-year-old Ar'mani Jamison died at hospital around 5:20 pm Sunday. It is believed the children were not wearing seatbelts.
27-year-old Arnez Yaron Jamison Sr., who is the father of the two youngest children, was charged with four counts of felony DUI resulting in death, driving under suspension, child endangerment, and uninsured motor vehicle fee violation.
The children’s mother said she was at home cleaning Thursday when Jamison Sr. took the children with him to visit another one of his children in town. It was late — actually early Friday morning — when he drove them back toward home along country roads in rural Taylors.
She began to worry when they didn't arrive and she couldn’t reach him. Finally, she received a call from the hospital with the devastating news.
Jamire Halley, 8, loved sports and was a protector of his other siblings. Robbiana Evans, 6, had an outgoing personality, loved the color pink and was her mother’s helper. Arnez Jamison Jr., 4, had a cancerous lymph node removed when he was a baby and he battled sickle cell disease. Ar’mani Jamison, 2, adored her older siblings.
Please keep this grieving mother in your thoughts and prayers. She lost all her children in one weekend. Rest peacefully...