The heartbroken family of a young mother-of-three who died when her car hit a tree and burst into flames have paid tribute by stripping at the site where she crashed.
Tori Pearsall, 27, was killed when her Toyota Corolla veered off Kargotich Road in Mardella, south of Perth, went down an embankment and smashed into a tree at about 3.30am on September 9.
The vehicle caught fire with Ms Pearsall still inside.
She died before emergency workers arrived, leaving behind her three kids and her partner of 14 years.
On Tuesday, her sister Kirra Panaia uploaded a video on social media which showed a memorial at the scene of the crash.
The scorched ground was decorated with flowers and a sign that read ‘RIP Tori’.
Tori Pearsall (pictured with her kids) died on September 9 when her car hit a tree and burst into flames
Police are still investigating the cause of the crash. Pictured: Ms Pearsall’s car after it rolled down an embankment and hit a tree
In the footage, Ms Panaia and a friend could be seen drinking pink liquid from a glass bottle, before pouring some of its contents over the flowers.
At the end of the video, the group took dropped their pants and mooned the camera.
Ms Panaia wrote in the caption: ‘RIP my sister, I love you dawgggy but that doesn’t mean I don’t hate you right now.’
‘You know how sometimes we say s**t we don’t mean and we can’t take it back well … as much as I wish u could take this back u can’t and I’ll never forgive you for leaving me.’
She also revealed the family had lost their father, adding ‘u think ur funny going to see dad before us don’t ya?’
‘I guess at least [you] aren’t alone that’s one good thing but I tell u no one in the world has hurt me like this.’
Ms Pearsall’s mother, Yvette Leifsson, also wrote a heartfelt post revealing the last thing she said to her daughter was ‘I love you’.
Ms Pearsall’s friends and family made a memorial at the site where she died (pictured)
A family member could be seen drinking from a bottle, before pouring some of its contents on the flowers
‘If I can take anything away from all this mess it’s knowing that ever time I speak to my beautiful kids the last thing I say is “I love you” and they say it back,’ she wrote on social media.
‘I get comfort knowing that my daughter Tori new that I loved her with all my heart.’
She also shared a message for all parents: ‘Please tell your kids you love them because you don’t know when it will be the last time.’
Ms Pearsall had been moving house and was on the way to her sister’s place, where her kids were staying, before the crash.
A family friend set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the funeral.
A spokesman from the Department of Fire and Emergency Services said four fire trucks from Rockingham arrived at the scene at about 3.50am – when the car was engulphed in flames.
Firefighters then extinguished about 25m of surrounding grass that had caught alight.
A police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia on Monday that the cause of the crash is still under investigation.
Ms Pearsall died when her car burst into flames. She is pictured with her partner Ricky, and her three kids
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