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Twins Dylan (left) and Camryn (right) Clark, both six, died after being thrown out of the backseat of their car in a head-on collision with an oncoming car Sunday night

Mother, 38, accused of DUI crime and threatening the child after she had not slept the belt, her twin brothers, 6, who were thrown out of the car and killed in a frontal collision

  • Twins Dylan and Camryn Clark, both six, were killed on Sunday night at around 10 p.m.
  • They sat in the backseat of their mother's car when they collided with an oncoming vehicle while trying to bypass another car for her
  • Knox & # 39; s car slid on the highway on its roof before it hit a ditch and ejected all three passengers, who were not wearing any seatbelt at that time
  • Knox survived the crash, but the twins died of their injuries
  • Authorities charge Knox for DUI crime, resulting in death, child threats and other charges
  • The twins lived with Knox in South Carolina last year and were preparing to move to Florida to live with their father when the accident occurred
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Six-year-old twin sons, who were not wearing their seat belts, died after their mother had a head-on collision with an approaching car on a South Carolina highway.

Dylan and Camryn Clark, both six, from Seneca, South Carolina, sat in their mother's backseat BMW in 2005 while finishing a Pickens County, South Carolina, high-way Sunday, just after 10 p.m.

South Carolina Highway Patrol said the boys' mother, Jennifer Lyn Knox, 38, was trying to pass a boat-towing car in front of her when she collided with a 2014 Kia ​​driving in the opposite direction, according to WYFF.

Twins Dylan (left) and Camryn (right) Clark, both six, died after being thrown out of the backseat of their car in a head-on collision with an oncoming car Sunday night

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Twins Dylan (left) and Camryn (right) Clark, both six, died after being thrown out of the backseat of their car in a head-on collision with an oncoming car Sunday night

Camryn (left) and Dylan (right) were in the car with their mother, Jennifer Lyn Knox, who was driving. None of them were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash

Camryn (left) and Dylan (right) were in the car with their mother, Jennifer Lyn Knox, who was driving. None of them were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash

Camryn (left) and Dylan (right) were in the car with their mother, Jennifer Lyn Knox, who was driving. None of them were wearing seat belts at the time of the crash

Knox & # 39; car would have fallen over during the crash and then glide over the roof on the highway. When the car hit a ditch, it turned and at that moment Knox and the twins were ejected.

Neither Knox nor the twins were wearing their seat belts at the time of the incident.

All three family members were transported to different hospitals. Knox was treated for her injuries, but the two boys died of theirs.

The driver of the Kia, who was wearing his seat belt during the crash, was not injured.

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Authorities charge Knox with two counts of crime DUI resulting in death, child threat, two counts of child restraint and a violation of the safety belt.

Knox would have tried to bypass a car that was towing a boat when she bumped into the oncoming car. Knox & # 39; s car (far left) then tipped over and swung across the highway on his roof before he hit a ditch and turned over again, throwing in all three people

Knox would have tried to bypass a car that was towing a boat when she bumped into the oncoming car. Knox & # 39; s car (far left) then tipped over and swung across the highway on his roof before he hit a ditch and turned over again, throwing in all three people

Knox would have tried to bypass a car that was towing a boat when she bumped into the oncoming car. Knox & # 39; s car (far left) then tipped over and swung across the highway on his roof before he hit a ditch and turned over again, throwing in all three people

Camryn (left) and Dylan (right) prepared to go back to Florida to live with their father, Billy Clark (center). They lived together with Knox in South Carolina last year

Camryn (left) and Dylan (right) prepared to go back to Florida to live with their father, Billy Clark (center). They lived together with Knox in South Carolina last year

Camryn (left) and Dylan (right) prepared to go back to Florida to live with their father, Billy Clark (center). They lived together with Knox in South Carolina last year

Dylan Clark
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Dylan Clark

Camryn Clark

Camryn Clark

Dylan (left) and Camryn (right) were declared dead in various hospitals. Their mother, Knox, is accused of DUI crime resulting in death and child threat

Knox is reportedly in the hospital and is taken to jail when released for transportation.

& # 39; It's all so shocking and heartbreaking, & # 39; Pamela Clark told the aunt of the twins FOX Carolina, call them the & # 39; sweetest little twins ever & # 39 ;.

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The twin sister's father, Billy Clark, arranges for their bodies to be sent to Florida for their funeral.

According to a GoFundMe to cover funeral expenses began Monday, the twins had been in South Carolina with Knox last year and were preparing to move to Florida to live with their father when the accident happened.

& # 39; The entire family is just in total shock and destruction about this & # 39 ;, is the GoFundMe description. & # 39; Really heartbreaking losing a child …….. Totally devastating losing twin boys at the same time. RIP Little Warriors fly high and know that you are truly loved and missed every second of every day. & # 39;

The boys were said to have enjoyed playing, fishing, walking in the park and spending time with their older brother, Billy Clark Jr.

& # 39; They had Big Hearts and Eyes that sparkled and they were so nice with their Smile that they could melt any Heart. So young and innocent. Words can't even begin to describe, & # 39; concluded the GoFundMe description.

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