A four-year-old father and his eight-month-old son remain in critical condition following a regional-style horror accident over the weekend.
Paul Kilmister, 44, is in critical condition at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne after the accident that killed his wife Amanda and her 12-year-old son, Harrison.
A hospital spokesman said yesterday that doctors could stabilize at night.
Stay in a coma, ignoring the deaths of his wife and son.
The two-year-old son, Morgan, was released from the Royal Children's Hospital, where his eight-month-old brother is in critical condition.
Doctors said they expect to withdraw the baby's sedation during the next few days.
It has a back fracture, but it is unknown if you have any spinal cord injury.
The Victoria police said a truck that traveled on the wrong side of the road fell in the Kilmister car on Friday night at the Brimin Valley road.
The 31-year-old truck driver at Mooroopna was interviewed and released waiting for further inquiries.
Kilmister's brother, Daniel Gwynne, said the extended family was now joining to meet behind Paul and the children.
"We were totally devastated by the events of the last days," he told reporters on Monday.
The family is preparing to break the news with Paul when he wakes up.
A GoFundMe page to support the family generated more than $ 3000 since it was set up on Monday.
Australian Associated Press