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Hannah Clarke and her three children have been laid to rest in a single shared coffin after hundreds gathered to remember the family who were brutally murdered last month.
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Hannah, 31, and her three children Aaliyah, 6, Laianah, 4, and Trey, 3, were murdered when Clarke's estranged husband, the children's father, doused them with petrol and set the car they were travelling in alight. The children died at the scene and Ms Clarke died later in hospital from her injuries.
In the wake of the deaths, there was an outpouring of grief and anger over the failure of the nation's domestic violence system to protect families. The hard truth is, Hannah is the eighth woman killed by violence in Australia this year, according to Destroy The Joint. Domestic violence is an epidemic in this country, and things need to change.
Family friend Fiona Cunningham opened the ceremony, saying it was a time to "celebrate Hannah and her children's lives and honour their memory".
"Today we're navigating the grief of losing this family under horrific circumstances," Ms Cunningham said, per ABC.
Hannah's brother Nat also spoke at the ceremony, calling his sister "one of the greatest mums to walk this earth".
"2020 was going to be the best year," Nat said. "You were looking forward to finally being happy. I only wish there was more time. I'm so sorry I couldn't protect you Hannah, Aaliyah, Laianah and Trey."