by: Ashley Swann Updated:
ATLANTA, Ga. - There are new developments in a deadly crash that killed a boy on
Interstate 20 in Douglasville. Investigators think the driver missed the Fairburn Road exit, then swerved across a grass divider to get onto the ramp and lost control.
"I'm in so much pain right now," Lewis told Swann. "It just happened so quick. I'm just trying to understand why."
Lewis says three of her six children, 14-year-old Sandterria, 7-year-old Jamal and 5-year-old
"I just wish they could come back to me," Lewis said.
Lewis says her daughter Jasmine is in serious condition at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston, but is expected to be OK. This, as family members keep vigil at her big sister's hospital bed across town, where doctors have told the family to prepare to say goodbye.
Lewis says she hasn't heard from her friend who was driving and suffered only minor injuries, but wants to know why her kids weren't in
"You could've gone up and turned back around," said Lewis. "They didn't deserve to die that way."
The driver's two teenaged children were also taken to local hospitals, but are expected to be OK. The Douglasville police chief called this one of the worst