Family members have identified the two remaining victims involved in the tragic multi-vehicle crash that took the lives of a pregnant mother, her unborn baby, and four others at a Los Angeles intersection.
Loved ones confirmed that 38-year-old Lynette Noble and her friend, 43-year-old Nathesia Lewis were both killed when the car driven by Nicole Lorraine Linton, 37, smashed into their car going at a speed of 90 miles per hour last week, authorities reported
Linton, who is a traveling nurse collided with at least six vehicles last Thursday, causing a fiery crash.
It took family members days to learn Lewis was a victim of the crash, PEOPLE reported.
Due to the severity of her injuries, she reportedly had to be identified through DNA, per the station.
“Me and my family, we looked at the news like everybody else,” Jasmond Nelson, Lewis’ sister told the outlet. “We prayed for the children, for the pregnant lady, for her family, but unbeknownst to us, my sister and our family was a severe victim as well.”
Lewis leaves behind six children, from the age of 2 years old to 23 years old, as well as an infant grandchild, according to a GoFundMe page made in her honor to help support her children and cover funeral expenses.
Additionally, a GoFundMe account for Noble described her as “one of the kindest, gentlest, and most loyal” people.
“Despite the difficulties in her life, Lynette made the most of every situation,” the fundraiser reads.
Linton has since been charged with six counts of murder and five counts of gross vehicular manslaughter.