A devastated father has spoken out after four children were killed in an alleged drink driving accident in northwestern Sydney on Saturday night.
Danny Abdullah told reporters he felt "numb" after three of his children died when they were hit by a 4WD.
His three children Anthony, 13, Angelina, 12, and Sienna, 9, and four other children were biking to buy ice cream when the crash happened, 7 News reported.
Abdullah's son and two daughters died at the scene, and the fourth who was killed, aged 11, was their cousin.
Abdullah said all he wants is for drivers to "be careful".
"These kids were just walking innocently, enjoying each other's company and this morning I woke up, I've lost three kids," he said, according to 7 News.
A fifth child, 11, who was taken to hospital in a critical condition is now in a serious but stable condition.
Two other girls aged 10 and 13 sustained minor injuries.
The male driver, 29, was arrested and taken to Castle Hill Police Station after his roadside breath test returned a positive result.
His blood alcohol reading was allegedly 0.150 - three-times over New South Wales' legal limit.
He has been charged with 20 offences, including four counts of manslaughter, dangerous driving occasioning death, dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, negligent driving, and drink driving.
He has been refused bail to appear at Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday.