Builder, 29, accused of killing four children while driving under the influence will be hit with additional costs for “having drugs in his system at the time of the crash”
- Samuel William Davidson drove a car that crashed and killed four children
- Davidson is said to have exceeded the alcohol limit in the blood three times during the crash
- Sienna, Angelina and Anthony Adballah and a cousin died after being beaten
- The police expect that they will put more charges on Davidson after the test results
A builder accused of cutting seven drunken children – murdering four children and leaving another seriously wounded – will be hit with more accusations about the crash.
Samuel William Davidson, 29, lost control of his Mitsubishi 4WD and climbed onto the sidewalk, plowing into seven children on their way to buy an ice cream in Oatlands, north-west Sydney on February 1.
Antony, 13, Angelina, 12 and Sienna Abdallah, 8 – and their cousin, 11-year-old Veronica Sakr, were all killed and another 11-year-old boy still suffers in the hospital.
Davidson received 20 charges, including homicide and drunk driving, and the police claim that after the crash he had exceeded the legal blood alcohol limit three times.
Truck driver Samuel William Davidson, 29, has been charged with 20 offenses including four counts of homicide and drunk driving
Antony (far left), 13, Angelina (far right), 12 and Sienna Abdallah (front left), 9, died in the horror accident
His blood was tested last week and will be analyzed by Dr. Expert Judy Perl.
According to a source close to the investigation, it is likely that Davidson will be confronted with driving under the influence of drugs, The Sunday Telegraph reported.
Witnesses said he was driving erratically and had tried to catch up with someone on a roundabout.
Danny Abdallah, the father of Antony, Angelina and Sienna, has called on the NSW government to remove the legal alcohol limit for blood of 0.05.
“I’m a drinker, but I think the alcohol limit should be zero.” he told Daily Mail Australia earlier.
Davidson is likely to face more drug-driving costs after his blood test has been analyzed
‘I think you just have to know that you can’t have one, that you can only have water, so there is no temptation.
‘People think’ I have another one, I’ll be fine ‘because they don’t want a taxi or Uber, or they’ve already spent their money on a night out.
“We have to do something.”
Davidson was refused the bail and will appear in court again on April 2.
Danny Abdallah (pictured with wife Leila) calls on NSW to scrap the legal alcohol limit for blood of 0.05
The children were on their way to get ice cream when Davidson plowed into them on February 1
HOW THE TRAGEDY COMES OUT
* Seven children cycled along the footpath of Beddington Road, Oatlands, just before 8 p.m. on February 1
* The children were on their way to buy ice cream when a Mitsubishi 4WD reportedly plowed on them
* Residents ran to help children and tried to save them in anticipation of emergency services
* Four children – including a boy, two of his sisters and a family friend – died on the spot
* Another boy, ten, was brought to the hospital with critical head injuries, but is now in a stable state
* Two girls were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries
* Male 4WD driver, a 29-year-old from Oatlands, has undergone a roadside breath test and is said to have produced a positive result
* The alleged driver Samuel Davidson was arrested and taken to Castle Hill Police with his 24-year-old male passenger
* Davidson was charged with four counts of manslaughter