Four children left orphaned after parents die in horrific car crash

Four children, including a newborn baby, have been left orphaned after their parents died in a horrific crash on a highway on Western Australia's southwest coast.

Three of the children were badly injured and their father Eduardo Hernandes Pereira Rodrigues, 41, and mother Danielle Bileski de Mello Pimental, 37, were killed when the Brazillian family's 4WD overturned on the Forrest Highway in Binningup on Sunday afternoon.

Three-month-old Rafael, Anthony, 3, and Andre, 6, remain in a stable condition at Perth Children's Hospital.

Mr Rodrigues and Ms Pimental have a 15-year-old son, Joao Miguel, who was not involved in the crash.

Eduardo Hernandes Pereira Rodrigues, 41, and Danielle Bileski de Mello Pimental, 37, were killed when the Brazillian family's four-wheel drive overturned on Sunday afternoon. Source: Facebook

Mr Rodrigues' parents were also injured in the crash and are believed to be in a stable condition.

The family had been returning to Perth from a holiday at Margaret River.

A GoFundMe page created on Monday is aiming to raise $200,000 to help with funeral expenses and travel costs for grieving family members in Brazil.

More than $102,000 has so far been donated.

The Brazilian community of WA will host a tribute to the couple at 7pm on Thursday at the Scarborough Sunset Markets Amphitheatre.

“Perth's Brazilian community has been shaken by the sad loss of Danielle and Eduardo, who were both active and beloved members of the community,” members wrote the GoFundMe online.

Three-month-old Rafael, three-year-old Anthony and six-year-old Andre remain in a stable condition at Perth Children's Hospital. Source: Facebook

Police say the 4WD was heading north on the Forrest Highway near Binningup, just before 4pm when it rolled a number of times.

Mr Rodrigues had been driving and his wife was a rear passenger. Both died at the scene.

The children’s grandfather who survived the crash told 9News Perth he hopes the children can stay and be raised in Australia. He said the family moved from Brazil to Perth nine years ago. 

“Everything that we think now is about the kids, they want the kids to be here with good people which now he believes that they will,” he told the publication through a translator. 

A number of comments, mostly in Portuguese, have been left by donors on the GoFundMe page and on Facebook.

“I’m very sorry for what happened! No one should grow up without parents, and no parent should lose their child so early," one donor wrote.

"Know that the Brazilian community is here to give you all the necessary support at this very difficult and sad time."

Police are appealing for information from anyone who witnessed the crash or can provide dashcam footage.

- with AAP

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