Three siblings killed in a drunk driving accident were laid to rest Wednesday morning.
"I really can't talk to be honest with you. I'm choking on my own words," said father of the three siblings, Abel Guiba.
Abel Guiba's heart is in pain after just burying his 16-year-old twin daughters, Amy and Linda and his 19-year-old son, Anthony.
"My kids were everything to me, you know," said Guiba.
Maryann Ortega also lost her daughter in the crash, 21-year-old Gypsie Yanes. She says the saddest part is she's reminded of her loss day by day as she drives past gypsie's cross on her way to work.
"It's still like a nightmare to me it's like disbelief that this even happened," said Gypsie's mother, Maryann Ortega.
Police say a drunk driver ran a stop sign at the intersection near Selma and barreled into the vehicle taking the lives of the three siblings and Gypsie.
"It's tragic that somebody would run a stop sign and...not knowing the pain they caused," said uncle of the three siblings, Robert Stout.
Family members hope the aftermath of a devastating crash will bring more awareness to drivers.
"Don't let your children go out and drink and drive or anybody else," said Ortega.
Both families are thankful the community has come together to pay their final respects at both the funeral and memorial.
"They've been supporting us from day one, so I'm very grateful for that, you know," said Guiba.
Guiba says he knows his three children are watching over him now from above.
"All I know is that they're in a better place and hopeful I'll see them again one day," said Guiba.
CHP officers say this is has been the deadliest drunk driving accident so far this year.