Wellington crash: Father of two boys killed pays emotional visit to crash scene

The devastated dad of two young boys allegedly mowed down by an out-of-control, un-licensed driver, has made an emotional visit to the scene of the crash.

Jacob Dunn, 25, allegedly performed burnouts in a Holden sedan he was not licensed to drive, before losing control and ploughing into a group of five. 

Sheldon, 6, and Shane Shorey, 7, were killed instantly while walking home in Wellington, near Dubbo, from the local pool on Wednesday.

Their mother Shayleen Frail, 34, was trapped up against a fence by the Holden, while a 10-year-old family friend had his leg ripped apart by the force of the terrible crash.

Mark, 9, the older brother to Sheldon and Shane, somehow escaped without serious injury.

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Their father, Joseph Shorey, making a brave visit to the scene, told media gathered he had a very simple message for hoons: 'It's not cool, and it's left two of my sons dead.'

The boys' father Joseph Shorey (pictured in blue) made an emotional visit to the scene on Wednesday

The boys' father Joseph Shorey (pictured in blue) made an emotional visit to the scene on Wednesday

Confronting pictures show Mr Shorey with his head in his hands after arriving with friends and family, before falling to his knees and inspecting the tributes from locals.

Balloons, teddy bears and flowers adorned the tragic scene, with the local community in tatters over the deaths - which saw neighbours rush to free the trapped family from under a car. 

With three kids lying badly injured on the road and the mother of two boys trapped up against a fence, neighbours on Warne Street rushed in to help.  

Longtime local resident Brendan Stanley, 50, was standing out the front of his home on Warne St when Donn allegedly lost control of his vehicle and killed the two boys.

He told Daily Mail Australia how in the minutes that followed before paramedics and police arrived, other residents in the neighbourhood sprinted to help - needing a car jack to raise the Holden so that could pull the boys free.

'I was saying to him, don't go driving without a licence but he hit a fence and that is when the spoiler must have come off and then he lost control, and he come up on the footpath and it just went "bang". 

'I was just screaming "Oh no, no, f**k. I couldn’t see anyone standing up, I couldn’t see the kids. I just ran inside and got the phone.'

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Sheldon (left), 6, and Shane Shorey (right), 7, were killed when an out-of-control car ploughed into them as they walked home from the local pool with their mother, brother and their friend in Wellington, in central western NSW, on Tuesday afternoon

Sheldon (left), 6, and Shane Shorey (right), 7, were killed when an out-of-control car ploughed into them as they walked home from the local pool with their mother, brother and their friend in Wellington, in central western NSW, on Tuesday afternoon

Jacob Donn, 25, allegedly fled the scene of a crash on Warne Street at Wellington, in central western NSW, after he lost control of his Holden sedan and ploughing into a mother, her three boys and a family friend. In the moments before the crash he was allegedly hooning

Jacob Donn, 25, allegedly fled the scene of a crash on Warne Street at Wellington, in central western NSW, after he lost control of his Holden sedan and ploughing into a mother, her three boys and a family friend. In the moments before the crash he was allegedly hooning

Mr Stanley called the ambulance, police and then the air helicopter, realising that it was a critical situation.

When he returned there were already locals trying to lift the car off the Sheldon and Shane, and their friend, while their mother Shayleen was pinned against the fence.

'I ran down and they were trying to lift it and I was on the phone saying we need the police and ambulance here quick,' Mr Stanley said.

'One  little fella, I knew he was dead, the other little fella he was pinned up the front. I helped to lift up the car and we freed one little fella, his leg was barely hanging on.

'I can still see the little boys pinned under the car, we got the car jack and one of the other young blokes who helped out, he did a fantastic job, I take me hat off to him.

'The first little brother we got out, they took him away, but I knew he

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