Klara, 6, died at the scene, while Ciasullo, 37, Lilianna, 4, and Mila, 1, died after being transported to hospital.
“Yesterday our world was torn apart,” Connie Ciasullo, Karolina is a sister-in-law, wrote in a message on her Facebook page which was shared with the media by a family friend.
“We lost our beloved nieces and sister-in-law. My heart sinks in the ways I can’t describe in words. To our beautiful Klara, Lila, Mila and Karolina, the only solice [sic] I have right now is to know that you are together. I have no words. Please pray for my brother and both Karolina and our family to heal from this tragedy. My heart is heavy. We appreciate the outpouring of love we have received while we cry. My brother asked everyone to respect his privacy right now. ”
According to Le Caledon Entreprise, Ciasullo asked members of his Facebook moms group for Father’s Day ideas on Tuesday. A friend of hers, Liane Cancian, said she intended to take care of her parents when she returned to work in September.
The media also noted her husband, Michael, installs swimming pools and is a very involved father.
The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board confirmed Friday Ciasullo was a Grade 4 teacher at Saint Isaac Jogues Catholic Elementary School.
“Our deepest condolences to her husband, other family members, friends and colleagues,” said spokemsan school board Bruce Campbell.
“As a Catholic school community, we offer our prayers for the family and all those affected by this tragic event. The flag of Saint Isaac Jogues Catholic of the Elementary School was lowered as a sign of mourning. Our Tragic Team Events are available to help any student or staff member who needs support during this difficult time. ”
Kathleen Killen, a yoga instructor in Caledon East, says Ciasullo was enrolled in her class.
“Many of you have heard of the absolutely poignant news about Karolina and her three beautiful children and their tragic death. My heart and mind can’t even begin to deal with this absurd loss, ”she wrote on Facebook.
“Many of you may know where it is in our community. She was a real beauty inside and out. It was an honor and a privilege to practice yoga with her … I hold on to all of you in my heart in this horrible time. Time is precious.”