DAVIE, Fla. – Newly released video shows a man under the influence inside a car the same night he crashed it and killed three people inside, prosecutors said.
According to prosecutors, Trevor Carter Remy posted the video online, showing how drunk he was. His wife could be seen in the front passenger seat.
"And I'm drunk," Remy is heard saying in the video.
"I'm tipsy as [expletive]," his wife is heard saying, as well.
What you can't see in the video are six children in the back of the car.
According to authorities, no one was wearing a seat belt the night of the April 24, 2016, crash.
Florida Highway Patrol troopers said the car ran off the road on Interstate 75 near Sheridan Street.
Remy's wife and two kids were killed. Remy was eventually arrested.
New evidence photos were also released Wednesday, which show the car crumpled in an impound lot and what looks like an alcohol bottle.
Troopers said Remy had a blood-alcohol level nearly double the legal limit in Florida.
Family friend Brenda Stephens now has custody of two of the surviving girls: Chloe, 7, and Danae, who is now 9. She also has custody of another sibling who was not in the accident.
"In the beginning of it, it was rough," Stephens said. "It was rough for everybody."
She told Local 10 News the newly-released video was hard to watch.
"Had no care, no concern about the safety of the kids," she said.
But Stephens said the girls have come a long way from the trauma. She keeps a photo she said was from the day she legally adopted them.
In the nearly three years since the crash, the sisters enjoy cheerleading, singing in church, and being in the comfort of a supportive home.
"It brings a little anger with it," Stephens said. "You know, but we've got to still move forward, and we still have to forgive."