This is the heartbreaking moment two siblings first saw each other three weeks after the crash that killed their parents and baby sister.

The touching photos show eight-year-old Angie and her younger brother Zachary, five, holding hands after three members of their family died in a fatal crash in Texas, shared The Sun.

Jim Clemens, 31, his wife Karisa, 29, and their two-month-old daughter Juliana lost their lives in a horrific smash after a Chevrolet Tahoe hit the family’s SUV head-on on April 7.

Of the four surviving siblings, three were critically injured and are now being treated in hospital.

KTXS reported that family members said Zachary was able to “leave his bed and get into the wheelchair for the first time” in order to see his sister.

In the photo, the pair — both covered in grazes and wearing neck braces — hold each other’s hands while Zachary sleeps.

Family members said the first thing Angie asked to do when she woke up from her coma was to see her little brother Wyatt.

sib;lings reunuted

Our thoughts are with the family. Such a terrible tragedy.

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  • Heartbreaking. These little ones have a long road of recovery ahead both physically and mentally and a lifetime of grief I’m sure. So glad they have each other as a comfort. My heart goes out to them.


  • So touching… The whole world love you guys… Get well soon…


  • This photo is so sad yet so loving. What a terrible tragedy. I do hope these children are now going to be raised by loving and supportive family.


  • Such a tragedy however such a miracle that these siblings survived. They will share such a precious strong bond now. Hope they all recover and can be placed into a loving home.


  • How terrifying for those children. I hope there is someone who is able to help them through this tragic time and make them smile again. I couldn’t stop the tears flowing for these beautiful children


  • How heartbreaking for these little ones. My eyes filled with tears when I read that she asked to see her little brother after waking from a coma. I hope they have relatives that can take care of them and share memories of their parents and little sister.


  • Poor things, how awful! I hope they can stay together now.


  • Those poor babies. How absolutely devastating.


  • How heartbreaking, I could not stop the tears seeing this picture and reading the article. Words cannot explain how I feel. How terrible harsh life can be for such young children to go through this. I hope they get all the support they need from family and friends. Bless you little ones.


  • What a tragedy it is very very sad but at least they still have each other and hope they get support and care from family members like grandparents uncles and aunties


  • How heartbreaking is this ! Bless them, they’ll have a huge trauma and grieve to process ! Hope and pray their family can take them under their wings and they can stay together and get all the help they need to deal with this.


  • I do hope they’ll get a lot of support and help.


  • How awful, it’s a blessing they have each other I hope they all get to stay together.


  • Sweet kids. What a big change in their life. I hope they will have kind persons around that will help them to go on with their life.


  • Poor little darlings, theyve lost so much, but still have each other. They look pretty sore


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