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Questions remain in death of single mom

<p>Two of the three victims who died in a high-speed BMW crash on Highway 401 are being put to rest this weekend.</p>




“I can’t take, ‘Oh, she’s dead,’ for an explanation. ”






Two of the three victims who died in a high-speed BMW crash on Highway 401 are being put to rest this weekend.





However, a week after the horrific single-vehicle crash, the families still don’t have the answers they want.





One of the victims was 34-year-old Suzette Nash, a single mother of four, who along with boyfriend Richard Johnson, 31, were thrown from the back seat of the car after it rolled several times. They weren’t wearing seatbelts. Police say charges are pending. The driver faces three counts of criminal negligence causing death or three counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death.





Nash leaves a brother and two sisters. She also leaves four children — a 16-year-old boy, a 14-year-old girl, and two boys, 12 and five.





They are orphans because the fathers aren’t in the picture. Nash had been seeing Johnson for a couple years, family members say, but they weren’t living together.





Nash’s youngest sister, Felicia, 20, says the family doesn’t know where Suzette was going at 1 a.m., with four children at home asleep by themselves.





“I want to know everything and the police haven’t been able to tell us anything,” Felicia said. “I can’t take, ‘Oh, she’s dead,’ for an explanation. I don’t know the name of the driver. Nothing.”


 
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