Heartbreaking image reveals siblings' emotional reunion weeks after fatal crash killed parents and baby sister

Two young siblings were reunited in hospital three weeks on from a fatal crash that killed both their parents and baby sister.

A heartbreaking image revealed the moment five-year-old Zachary and eight-year-old Angela, both wearing neck braces, held hands for the first time since the accident on April 7 in Sterling City, Texas.

Their younger brothers Wyatt and Nicholas also survived the crash that killed their parents Jim Alan Clemens and Karisa Brianne Clemens and their two-month-old daughter Juliana, when a passing driver veered into the family's car on a highway, 7 NEWS reports.

"He [Zachary] was able to leave his bed and get into the wheelchair for the first time," wrote the children's mother's aunt Teresa Burrell on a Facebook Fundraiser page.

"He and Angie were able to see each other for the first time.

"Angie has had a lot of brain injuries but she was able to read and sing with us."

Angela, Zachary and Wyatt were critically injured in the accident and are undergoing treatment at a Children's medical centre in Fort Worth.

More than 2000 people have donated a total of $101,750 (USD) to the Facebook page that was set up by Ms Burrell to help with funeral and medical costs. 

KFC celebrates 50th anniversary in Australia with famous giant bucket and free chicken

There will be a lot of finger licking going on in Sydney today, as KFC celebrates its 50th anniversary in Australia with a gigantic chicken bucket and free chicken for all today.

Thousands are expected to flock to Circular Quay on the Sydney Harbour this afternoon to take advantage of the free goods and party with an over-sized version of Colonel Sanders famous bucket.

The KFC chicken bucket stands a whopping six-metres-tall by seven-metres-wide.

Here in New Zealand we still have any three years to wait for a KFC 50th celebrations, with the first store opening opening in Auckland in 1971.

There are now 98 stores nationwide in Aotearoa.


Photo: Bindi, Terri and Bob (with giant green anaconda Angelina) rock Hollywood's Walk Of Fame as Steve Irwin finally gets own star

The Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today.

Attending the unveiling was Irwin's wife Terri Irwin, daughter Bindi Irwin, and son Robert Irwin.

In a Tweet following the event Bindi said: "I’ll remember today forever. Such an emotional moment and beautiful chapter in our lives❤️"

Irwin achieved fame through The Crocodile Hunter internationally broadcast wildlife TV series which first aired in 1996

He died in 2006 after a stingray speared him through the heart with it's barb while Irwin was filming off the Queensland coast.