Family of Rock-Hauler Crash Victim Wants Answers

The sisters of the woman killed in a fatal crash in Euless say the victim's daughters should be compensated if police find the truck driver at fault.

Debbie Kaye, 40, was killed after a truck hauling sand rolled over her car at the intersection of Highway 183 and Industrial Blvd in Euless at about 11 a.m. Tuesday.

It took emergency crews two hours to remove the Kaye's body from the wreckage.

Claudia Yellot and Jenny Harvey said they are experiencing grief, shock and an overwhelming sense of loss about the death of their older sister.

"She was a wonderful mother who dearly loved her three daughters," Harvey said.

Kaye's three daughters range in age from 8 to 18. Their father died of a heart attack three years ago.

Police are investigating to determine if the truck driver ran the red light or had some type of mechanical malfunction. The driver reportedly told police that his brakes didn't work.

If police find the driver at fault, then somebody should pay for the pain, suffering and loss Kaye's children are going through, Yellot said.

"And there's three little girls that deserve some answers and deserve to be taken care of that have nothing left no mother no father," she said.

A memorial fund has been set up under Debbie Kaye's name. Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo Bank.

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