Jessica Falkholt: Home and Away actress has life support turned off

Jessica Falkholt: Home and Away actress has life support turned off

Jessica Falkholt: Home and Away actress has life support turned off

The driver of the 4WD, Craig Anthony Whitall, 51, also died at the scene.

Since the crash, Jessica has undergone several surgeries including the removal of a kidney and part of her skull, News Corp Australia reports.

The drama's broadcaster, Network Seven, said of Jessica in a statement last month: "Although her time on set was brief, once a part of the Home and Away family, always part of the family".

Ms Falkholt, 28, remains fighting for her life in Sydney's St George Hospital after the accident.

Her parents Lars, 69 and Vivian, 60, died at the scene while Annabelle was flown to hospital in a critical condition before dying from her injuries on 29 December.

The young actress had appeared on Home and Away and other Australian series and the accident prompted an outpouring of grief from the entertainment industry and her fans.

Home and Away announced the actress's death on social media before deleting the posts.

"She was incredible to work with, very passionate, 1,000 per cent with every take", Corey Pearson said.

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The decision to end life support came the day after the funeral for her parents and sister.

Jessica and Annabelle were pulled from the wreckage by motorists who stopped to help. Annabelle was flown to Liverpool Hospital in a critical condition but died three days later.

Flowers were sent from Sweden, where Lars was born, and from Italy, where Vivian was born.

Annabelle's best friend Brittany Macchetta said the 21-year-old had a passion for travel, art and Harry Potter.

Vivien's brother Paul delivered a eulogy, and remembered Lars as a loving father who doted on his daughters. Whitall was also reportedly a known drug user, the publication reports. He had previously been subject to a nine-year driving ban and had at least 10 convictions for driving while disqualified.

The fatal crash took place on the Princes Highway on Boxing Day when the Falkholts were travelling home to the suburb of Ryde after attending Christmas celebrations. One woman even cited the irony of the tragedy to occur saying that Lars Falkholt was "such a careful driver". "They are together and always will be".

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