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Neville-Lake family to hold 2 public visitations Sunday

The family devastated by a fatal car crash last Sunday in Vaughan will hold two public visitations this weekend to honour the 4 relatives killed.

Services taking place at Brampton Funeral Home and Cemetery to remember 4 relatives killed in crash

Three children in the Neville-Lake Family, plus their grandfather, died after a devastating collision Sunday in Vaughan. (Facebook)

The Neville-Lake family, which was devastated by a fatal car crash in Vaughan last Sunday that claimed the lives of three children and their grandfather, will hold two public visitations this weekend.

There will be two services at the Brampton Funeral Home and Cemetery, which is located at the northeast corner of Chinguacousy Road and Bovaird Drive West.

The first visitation is set for Sunday between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. The second service will take place later that day from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

The family has announced that while visitation is open to the public, the funeral service will be private. 

Gary Neville, 65, was the lone adult killed in the alleged drunk driving incident north of Kleinburg. Nine-year-old Daniel, five-year-old Harrison and two-year-old Milly were also killed.

Hundreds attended candlelight vigils that were held for the family Thursday night. 

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