PE parents’ devastation after teens die in alleged gas leak

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Selina and Stanton Ingram with their kids, Matthew and Tammy. (Photo: Supplied)
Selina and Stanton Ingram with their kids, Matthew and Tammy. (Photo: Supplied)

Spring had arrived and the end of a long year was finally in sight for the Ingram family. They had a lot to look forward to – renovations were planned for their home, their son was going to be in matric and their daughter had been accepted at her high school of choice.

All in all, things were looking up with all the uncertainty and craziness of 2020 being almost a thing of the past.

Never could Selina and Stanton Ingram have predicted the horror that awaited them – that an invisible killer would destroy their plans and dreams and leave them mourning the death of two beloved children.

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