Whidbey Island, WA (12/06/2019) – Four-year-old twins crawled out of their father’s crashed car and climbed an embankment to safety on Friday.
The crash happened at the 5700 Block of Bob Galbreath Road around 6 pm.
They were in a Nissan Sentra driven by their father, 47-year-old Corey Simmons. Mr. Simmons drove westbound when his vehicle left the road. The car collided with multiple trees on its trajectory down the 200-foot embankment.
Simmons died in the crash. Police reported he did not wear a seatbelt.
Rebecah Crider, the twins’ half-sister, told reporters that the twins crawled through a broken window. After the girls climbed out, a passerby saw the girls and called for help.
Crider stated she would love to meed the good samaritan who saved her sisters. The good samaritan has requested that her name not be published.
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