The chilling words that haunt a mother who lost her two children in the ...

The chilling words that haunt a mother who lost her two children in the Dreamworld tragedy are revealed as theme park operator Ardent Leisure faces court Four adults died when the Thunder River Rapids malfunctioned in October 2016 Kate Goodchild, Luke Dorsett, his partner Roozi Araghi and Cindy Low perished  Dreamworld's parent company is being sentenced at court in QLD on Monday Kim Dorsett, mother of Ms Goodchild and Mr Dorsett, spoke at the hearing  She said she is haunted by Ms Goodchild's daughter saying: 'I can’t find Mummy'

By Tita Smith For Daily Mail Australia and Australian Associated Press

Published: 03:55 BST, 28 September 2020 | Updated: 04:19 BST, 28 September 2020

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The mother of two of the Thunder River Rapids ride victims has revealed the chilling words that will haunt her 'until the day she dies'. 

Kim Dorsett's children Kate Goodchild and Luke Dorsett, his partner Roozi Araghi, and NSW mother Cindy Low were killed when the amusement park ride malfunctioned, October 25, 2016. 

Dreamworld's parent company Ardent Leisure faces up to $4.5 million in fines after pleading guilty to safety charges over the Thunder River Rapids ride tragedy. 

Kim Dorsett, mother of Kate Goodchild and Luke Dorsett, arrives to the Southport Magistrates Court on the Gold Coast on September 28

Kim Dorsett, mother of Kate Goodchild and Luke Dorsett, arrives to the Southport Magistrates Court on the Gold Coast on September 28

Kate Goodchild was among those who died in the Dream World tragedy

Luke Dorsett was among those who died in the Dream World tragedy

Kate Goodchild (pictured left) and Luke Dorsett (right) were among those who died in the Dream World tragedy

Ms Dorsett and her granddaughter Ebony Turner who survived the tragedy appeared in Southport Magistrates Court on Monday for the sentencing hearing. 

In a victim impact statement, the grieving mother said she will never be able to forget her granddaughter's anguish.

'(She said) 'I can’t find Mummy', words that will be with me until I take my last breath,' she said, the Courier Mail reports.  

Ms Dorsett said she has never felt so alone since losing her two children and cries everyday. 

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