Assaad Kassas | @7newssyd Home Diaspora Australia A victim of a horrendous drunk driving accident that took the lives of four Lebanese children in Australia back in February has recovered from his coma. 11-year old Charbel Kassas miraculously woke up and is able to talk and walk despite being unconscious for almost three months. View this post on Instagram Our heart is crying at the moment. May God bless their parents and family & R.I.P beautiful little children❤️ 🙏 #hope #love #staystrong #faith #grace #prayer #peace #comfort #nevergiveup #godbless #mercy #compassion #rip #northrocks #oatlands #community #hillsshire #hillsdistirct #sydneyhills #northwestsydney #westernsydney #visithills #ilovehills A post shared by Visit Hills Today (@visithills) on Feb 5, 2020 at 1:33am PST “At the moment he’s awake, he’s speaking, he’s alert, and he can see,” said his uncle, Daniel Abdallah, who had lost three children in that collision that had staggered both Australia and Lebanon. “His brain’s a little bit underdeveloped, which is going to improve with time, but he’s walking,” Daniel explained, as reported by an Australian news website. Sadly, young Charbel found out about the death of his relatives Sienna 8, Angelina 12, Anthony 13, and Veronique 11, through the internet before his family ever had a chance to tell him. AAP The dramatic event occurred in February when the seven young Lebanese kids were walking on a sidewalk when a drunk driver collided into them. The drunk driver Samuel Davidson, 29, has been in jail since then. According to SMH, he has recently received new charges for driving under the influence of MDMA with cocaine in his bloodstream. View this post on Instagram Oatlands: It has been nearly three months since a driver allegedly high on drugs and alcohol hit and killed four young children as they walked to the shops. Tonight, some welcome news as Danny and Leila Abdallah have revealed their nephew is now out of a coma. #Oatlands #7NEWS A post shared by 7NEWS Sydney (@7newssyd) on Apr 20, 2020 at 3:14am PDT Surviving a three-month coma, Charbel is a “walking miracle,” said his uncle Daniel.