The video reveals Hickey, doing a burnout in a crimson Holden, leaving massive skid marks alongside the highway.
“Mum did this for you two xxxx the typical chicky do not burnout like that haha wager u boys cherished it,” Hickey wrote on her Fb web page.
Following Stuff’s story on the burnout, Hickey posted on Fb “meh to the haters”.
“May not be different folks’s means of honoring their family members, nonetheless it was OUR WAY! There is no such thing as a proper or unsuitable in how we grieve or rejoice a lack of family members so all of the judgmental folks, stroll in my footwear earlier than you act good. I am as strong as they arrive. My boys it might have been your type so meh to the haters.”
Hickey earlier instructed Stuff she was in “extreme shock” after shedding her “infants, my life”. Their sister posted a tribute to her “good-looking brothers” on Fb.
“Dropping considered one of you is tough sufficient, however each of you going has destroyed me. 13 and 16 is means too younger to be gone.” Cannot imagine I will by no means get to see you develop into the boys you have been presupposed to be. I like you each endlessly,” she wrote.
Brooklyn was additionally farewelled on Monday.
It’s understood the three boys had usually stolen vehicles all through town in latest months. The automotive concerned within the crash was first seen dashing in central Christchurch at 11.13pm on Sunday, reaching speeds in extra of 130kmh and working crimson lights on Moorhouse Ave.
It had been stolen in Wigram earlier that night time. Police appealed for witnesses of each the pursuit on Moorhouse Ave, which lasted a few minute, and of the crash some minutes later.
Two officers who laid the spikes suffered smoke inhalation attempting to save lots of the boys from the burning automotive.
Detective Sergeant Brad Grainger mentioned final week police needed to listen to from anybody who noticed the white Mazda Familia earlier than the crash or who witnessed the crash. It’s understood the automotive was stolen from a property in Wigram on Sunday night time.
Police are asking for data from anybody who was within the space of Moorhouse Ave or Blenheim Rd round 11pm Sunday.