A candlelight vigil is set to be held for the three children and grandfather who were killed in an alleged drunk driving accident in Vaughan this past weekend.
It’s scheduled to take place at 7:30 p.m. tonight at St. Padre Pio church in Kleinberg.
Daniel Neville-Lake (9-years-old), Harrison Neville-Lake (5-years-old), Millie Neville-Lake (2-years-old) and Gary Neville (65-years-old) all succumbed to their injuries following a crash on Kirby Road near Kipling Avenue on Sunday.
29-year-old, Marco Muzzo is now facing 18 charges connected to the crash and it’s now been revealed that his SUV caught on fire while in police possession.
According to police, it was a small fire that was distinguished within a short amount of time.
The friends and co-workers of Jennifer Neville-Lake (mother) are also organizing a candlelight vigil in Brampton’s Gage Park.
It will take place at 8 p.m. at the corner of Wellington Street and Main Street North, which is located in the downtown area.