An eight-old-boy who lost his life in the Greenacre school crash tragedy has been farewelled by hundreds of mourners in Sydney today.
According to the Daily Telegraph, a funeral was held this afternoon at the Lakemba Mosque after the incident at Banksia Street Public School on Tuesday, which saw another eight-year-old also die when a 4WD crashed into their classroom.
Following the hour-long service, a green coffin was carried by a group of men from the stairs of the mosque before taken to a nearby cemetery.
A number of students were reportedly at the funeral, wearing their school uniform to pay respects to their classmate and friend.
It comes as NSW Police today revealed further charges of "dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm" and "cause actual bodily harm by misconduct" were laid against the alleged female driver.
It is understood the additional charges related to injuries sustained by the children who were taken to hospital.