The mother of two Melbourne sisters who were allegedly involved in a roadside argument that killed one of them says her ‘heart is broken’ by the family tragedy.
Asyai Luk, 22, could spend up to 10 years behind bars after being charged with dangerous driving resulting in death and failing to stop and provide assistance.
Police allege her older sister Anong Luk, 24, known as Gol, had tried to get out of the vehicle driven by her sister when the black SUV accelerated and dragged the victim across the road before crushing her into a parked jeep on Monday. in sunshine. afternoon.
The girl’s mother, Aleza Gwit, said on Wednesday that her eldest daughter Gol was “always there for me, looking at me and saying ‘Mommy I love you’ or ‘I did your dishes’ to make me happy.”
Anong Luk (pictured), 24, was killed when she was wedged between two cars in an alleged hit and run
It is alleged that Asyai Luk (pictured) was behind the wheel of the SUV and accelerated when Gol tried to enter
“She (Luk) called me like Mom, she (her sister) got out of the car and she’s mad… I don’t know exactly what happened,” Ms. Gwit told Nine News.
Luk, a student driver, is said to have left her older sister for dead and drove off.
The black SUV was caught on CCTV driving down High Street after the alleged collision.
Her sister was taken to the Royal Melbourne Hospital with serious head injuries, but later died.
Luk appeared before the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday evening, where harrowing details were heard about the events leading up to the alleged clash.
Asyai Luk has been charged in the alleged hit and run that killed her sister in west Melbourne on Monday (pictured, police investigating scene in Sunshine)
The girl’s mother, Aleza Gwit (pictured), said on Wednesday that her heart is broken
An alleged altercation between two Melbourne sisters (pictured together) has left one dead
The two sisters had been involved in a verbal and physical altercation in the car before Luk got out to get help from residents, the court heard.
“The suspect returned to the driver’s side of the vehicle and proceeded to have a verbal altercation with their sister,” the prosecutor said in court. The Herald Sun reported.
The court heard that the sister had been ‘kicked’ from the car and tried to get back into the vehicle in a ‘distressed’ condition when Luk reportedly drove away.
The vehicle drove a short distance before colliding with a white jeep parked nearby.
The black SUV (pictured) was caught on CCTV driving down High Street after the collision
The sister became wedged between the two vehicles after her head hit the front bumper of the Jeep.
“The victim lost her grip on the door and collided with the stationary parked vehicle with her face hitting the front bumper,” the prosecutor told the court.
In court, magistrate Jason Ong noted the seriousness of the charges but granted Luk bail under strict conditions to appear in court at a later date.
She had no family present at Tuesday night’s hearing.
The investigation into the collision continues.
The woman was reportedly dragged down High Street by the black car before her head hit the front bumper of a white Jeep (pictured) parked nearby
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