"Our pain is indescribable": Mum speaks out after drunk driver kills baby girl
“The house is empty without her"
A mum has bravely spoken out after losing her 6-month-old baby girl in a car crash in Wales.
Grief-stricken Cameron's daughter Eva Maria was killed when their family car was involved in a collision in Llanelli, South Wales.
The mum said the pain they're experiencing after losing their baby girl is "indescribable".
Cameron's car was hit by a drunk driver when they were at a crossroads on Friday, October 8th.
23-year-old Lucy Dyer has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving and drink-driving.
The crash occurred at Heol Goffa crossroads.
Cameron opened up about losing her baby girl.
“It took all the happiness. It destroyed my family," she said.
“The house is empty without her. Our souls are burned on the inside," the mum shared on social media.
She added, "I hope God takes care of her because our pain is indescribable.”
A fundraiser has been set up to help support Cameron and her family during this unthinkable time.
Over £10,000 has been raised so far.
The community has rallied around the mother and her loved ones following Friday's crash.
It is believed they have planned a balloon release ceremony to honour baby Eva Maria.
It will take place this weekend.
Specialist police officers are also offering support to Cameron and her family following their harrowing loss.