Quirindi, NSW: Locals mourn the loss of two teenage girls killed in horror ... trends now
Family reveal heartache after two cousins, aged 13 and 14, are killed in a horror accident after a day out on the water Hannah Seymour, 14, and Rebecca Teuma, 13, died in tragic speedboat accident Best friends and cousins were being towed behind boat when it hit a tree stump Tight-knit community of Quirindi, near Tamworth, 'shattered' by tragic incident The girls were farewelled by family and friends in a joint service on Wednesday
The identities of the two teenage girls killed in a horror boating accident have been revealed as heartbroken family and friends farewell the teenagers.
Hannah Seymour, 14, and Rebecca Teuma, 13, died after the speedboat they were being towed behind hit a submerged tree on Lake Keepit in NSW's north.
The girls had been lying on an inflatable raft behind the speedboat when it crashed just two days after Christmas on December 27.
The tight-knit community of Quirindi, near Tamworth, farewelled the pair on Wednesday as the major reveals the town has been 'shattered' by their deaths.
The girls had not only been cousins, but also best friends.