Hundreds of heartbroken friends say their last goodbyes to a schoolboy, 16, who was about to become a father of twins before he died in a horror smash - as his five siblings make one special gesture to his unborn children
A teenager who was killed in a horrific car crash before he was due to become a father has been farewelled by friends and family in an emotional ceremony.
Brock Daniel died at the scene when the car he was in rolled in Cecil Plains, west of Toowoomba, at about 10.30pm on October 5.
The 16-year-old was about to become a father of twins with his girlfriend Madalyn, who was also in the car during the crash.
Her unborn children weren't hurt in the wreck, while the other teenagers in the car - the female driver, 18, and a male passenger, 19, - were not seriously injured.
Friends and family said goodbye to Brock at a funeral service in Bundaberg on Tuesday, which was also live streamed on Youtube.
Brock's mother Serena Daniel and his five siblings pledged to look after his girlfriend and unborn children in a poem read at the service by a family friend.
'You wanted them to hurry up and be here, you would have been an amazing dad. You’re kind, loving, funny, and you knew what you wanted,' the poem read, as reported by Courier Mail.
'You wanted to marry Madi, have a big family. You had your whole life planned out.'
Several family members said Brock was excited to be a father, including his uncle Dallas Bamberry, who said he was going to prove naysayers who thought he was too young wrong.
'He was adamant regardless of age or stereotypes or other opinions (that) he was going to be the best dad, he was going to show everyone wrong, and we knew 100 per cent he was going to,' he said.
Police said the teenagers were driving on Dalby Cecil Plains Road when the car came off the road and rolled several times.
警方表示，这两名青少年当时正在Dalby Cecil Plains路上行驶，当时汽车离开了道路，翻了几个身。
Mr Bamberry established a GoFundMe to raise money for funeral costs and to support the Brock's family after the smash.
He described Brock as an 'innocent passenger in a car accident'.
'A beautiful 16-year-old boy, a son, a sibling of six, a twin brother, and as life would have it, was soon to be a father to his own twins,' he wrote.
Mr Bamberry said Brock was 'a young man who was full of life, was young and free, always happy to help others.'