Sister of young woman who survived horrific crash speaks out

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The sister of the young woman who survived a horrific crash in Bethel Park opened up to Channel 11.

"When alcohol is involved, you're impaired, you're not in your right state of mind, and you're careless," said Brianne Molnar.

Three friends were killed after a night of drinking on the South Side Tuesday.

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The survivor, Brooke Molnar, was featured in Snapchat videos, showing three of the women drinking vodka in the car. The videos have now been viewed thousands of times.

"It's very overwhelming," Brianne Molnar said. She told Channel 11 she is still in shock and remembers the exact emotions after she got word her sister was involved in a terrifying crash. 

"It was everything. It was panic. It was fear. It was shock. It was like my body started to shut down."
Her sister Brooke, the lone survivor in a horrific Bethel Park crash, is getting treatment for a fractured rib, internal bleeding on the spleen and a shoulder injury after she was ejected along Library Road Tuesday morning.
 
"With how bad those other girls suffered, and for her to walk away with minor injuries that she has, it really is a miracle," Brianne Molnar said.
 
Brooke's three friends: Paige Smith, Bianca Herwig and Heather Camisa died after the SUV they were in slammed into a telephone pole. 

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It became entangled in fallen power lines. Police say speed and alcohol played a factor.
 
"Everyone's gonna pass their judgment rightfully so, and they all got in the car, drinking and driving and knowing there's a consequence that it could happen," Brianne Molnar said. "We love you guys so much. You are very missed and loved."


 

 

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