Father offers forgiveness after son killed in tragic classroom crash

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The driver has been charged with several risky driving charges following the crash at Banksia Road Public School, which critically injured Jihad and his eight-year-old friend, who later died in hospital.

One of the eight-year-old boys' funerals was held yesterday at a packed Lakemba Mosque and he was buried at Rookwood cemetery.

On the way to the cemetery where his son was to be buried, Jihad's father Raed Darwiche recorded a video, in which he speaks in Arabic while his friend Ahmad Hraichie translates.

Hraichie posted the video on Facebook, with the message: "This is the true example of patience when a tribulation affects your life".

"No retaliation is coming from the family of the boy, they have forgiven", Mr Hraichie said on behalf of the father, in a video filmed from the hearse.

Speaking of Al-Shennag, who was known as a keen parent volunteer at the school, he says, "She is welcome to come sit with the family, have a meal and talk about how they can move forward".

Her licence has also been suspended.

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"Her thoughts and prayers are with all those affected", the lawyer said.

Police have charged the driver, Maha Al-Shennag, with causing death by risky driving and unsafe driving occasioning bodily harm and causing actual bodily harm by misconduct.

Two boys, aged eight, were critically injured and rushed to the Westmead Children's Hospital where they died.

Earlier, a family member of one of the students seriously injured in the crash told news.com.au she still hadn't been told her classmates had died.

"She still doesn't know her classmates passed away".

It is believed there were 17 children and one adult teacher in the classroom at the time.

Mr Hraichie told AAP that Jihad's death had hit him "close to his heart".

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Children lay flowers at the memorial outside the Sydney school.

The family is delaying telling her the tragic news until she is stronger.

"She just had stomach and chest pain all night and didn't sleep well due to what happened - she's very frightened".

Earlier, the boy's casket was carried by a dozen pallbearers down the steps of the Lakemba Mosque as mourners spilled onto the street.

Banksia Road Primary School has reopened with specialist counsellors and additional teaching staff from nearby schools.

Flowers left at the front gate where two boys died after a vehicle crashed into their Banksia Road Public School classroom.

She is scheduled to appear at Bankstown Local Court on November 29.

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