Jackie and Warren Hance, the parents who lost their three daughters in a car accident four years ago, spoke exclusively with NBC News' Ann Curry about their unthinkable tragedy.
The Hance's three daughters were killed in a horrific car accident when the girls' aunt, Diane Schuler, drove the wrong way on the Taconic Parkway, killing herself, her own daughter and the Hance girls.
Chronicled in Jackie Hance's new book, I’ll See You Again, Hance talks candidly for the first time about that fateful day in July 2009 when she lost 8-year-old Emma, 7-year-old Alyson and 5-year-old Katie.
Hance opens up to Curry about how the trauma threatened her marriage; how she considered suicide, but how the love for her husband, forming the Hance Family Foundation, in honor of their three remarkable daughters, and the birth of a new baby helped them survive.
Editor's Note: Ann Curry's interview with Jackie and Warren Hance airs Friday, April 26 at 10pm/9CDT on NBC's Rock Center with Brian Williams.