Tributes are flowing for the victims of an alleged hit and run in Wellington on Tuesday afternoon.
Thousands of dollars have been raised for the family of the victims of the tragic incident.
The boyshad come to Wellington to visit their mum. Four children and the 34-year-old women were walking from the local pool on Tuesday afternoon when tragedy struck.
The two boys, aged six and seven, were killed when an out of control car mounted the kerb and hit them about 4.30pm, also injuring the woman and two other children.
Three GoFundMe donation pages have been established in an effort to support the families involved.
Tarryn Burson, a friend of the boys' father, set up a page Tuesday evening to help support him and pay for the boys funeral.
"I cannot fathom the pain he and all the mob are going through right now," Ms Burson said
"We need to ensure that he can bury his babies. Unfortunately Shorey lost his job last month.
"He sent his baby boys home for contact with their mummy, grandmother and mob, and the most tragic accident happened."
Another page, set up by Rebecca Clarke, has been established to support the mother of the two boys. She currently remains in Westmead Hospital in a stable condition.
"We want to help her as much as we can to ease the financial hardship of burying her sons and any future medical and legal issues that may arise," Ms Clarke said.
A page has also been established to help the family of the 10-year-old friend who was with the Shorey family when they were struck. He is currently at Westmead Children's hospital.
The page was organised to help the family with medical expenses, assistive equipment, wheelchair and home modifications to help the young boy ease into coming home.
"[The young boy] sustained horrific life changing injuries barely escaping with his life," organiser of the page Matt Mackay said in a statement on the GoFundMe page.
"[He] has a huge recovery ahead of him and it's going to be a lot of change for him to adapt to.
"As strong and tough this little guy is, and as great our doctors at Westmead are they were unable to create enough blood flow to save his leg, now he will be having surgery to remove his left lower leg."