Driver who killed Jessica Falkholts family serial traffic offender  Kingdom Showbiz

Driver who killed Jessica Falkholts family serial traffic offender Kingdom Showbiz


The driver of a vehicle that killed three members of a family and left their daughter Jessica Falkholt
fighting for life, was allegedly a serial traffic offender. Craig Whitall, 50, had previously been jailed for driving while disqualified and was on a provisional
licence at the time of the incident, according to the Daily Telegraph Australia. Witnesses saw his white Toyota Prado drifting onto the opposite side of the highway at least twice moments
before it careered into their lane and smashed into the Falkholt family’s Mazda. Darrin Collier pulled Jessica, 28, and her 21 year old sister, Annabelle, who died on Friday, from the
wreckage and described the scene on Facebook afterwards, writing ‘horrific is an understatement’ and
that the girls’ injuries ‘will be something I won’t forget in a long time.’ The bodies of Jessica’s parents, Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60, were so badly burnt in the wreckage that
they had to be identified through dental records. The bodies of Jessica and Annabelle’s parents were so badly burnt in the wreckage that they had to be
identified through dental records. ‘Although her time on set was brief, once a part of the Home and Away family, always part of the family,’
a spokesman said. The road toll in New South Wales is currently at 21 for the Christmas period. Police admitted their
anger at the figure, with both NSW and Victorian police saying the regional areas of each state have
been hotspots in national figures. ‘The community has had enough and so have we,’ Highway Patrol Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy
said on Thursday. ‘Throughout this operation and into the new year, we will continue to target these high-risk drivers,
to get them off our roads for good.’

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