Published: Jan 30, 2014 10:10 PM EST
Updated: Jan 30, 2014 10:43 PM EST

COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.- "Everyday I wake up, that whole day runs through my mind."

Friday marks three months since Soyla Gutierrez's son, Jacob Garibay, died in a car crash on Halloween night.

"It's very very hard to live with the what if's, the why's, the last good bye, the last hug," Gutierrez.

Troopers just released their report to WINK News, saying on October 31st, Garibat was driving to Immokalee from a Halloween party at the Collier County Fairgrounds. WINK News is learning Garibay was speeding 93 miles an hour on Immokalee Road right before the wreck. According to the report, Hall, the only survivor said the four teens were late for curfew.

"If he was speeding I don't know but it must have been for one of his other friends because his curfew wasn't until 10:30. He had plenty of time to get home. I just wish I could know what went wrong."

The marks from the crash site are a key piece of evidence. Investigators said they show Garibay couldn't brake before he lost control of the cars and slammed into the large concrete pipe.

"I've been devastated."

The family of Joseph Daguerre tells WINK News, it's been hard, but they're taking things one day at a time. Gutierrez said if anything comes out of this tragedy, it's a warning for other drivers.

"I would tell teenagers, kids and anybody, you wouldn't want to put your family members through this pain and just to slow down."