I've never met such a kind, gentle soul and this world is at such a loss without this beautiful angel,' Jordan wrote on Facebook. Image: Source The boyfriend of Annabelle Falkholt, who died three days after a horror smash, has posted a moving tribute on social media (pictured are Jordan and Annabelle) Image: Source Jordan Brohier (pictured with Annabelle) had refused to leave his girlfriend's Sydney hospital bedside after she was fatally injured in a crash that also claimed the lives of her parents Image: Source 'Today I lost the love of my life Annabelle. I've never met such a kind, gentle soul and this world is at such a loss without this beautiful angel,' wrote Jordan on Facebook (pictured) Image: Source Police said the crash was caused by one car being on the wrong side of the road. It is believed to be a Toyota Prado driven by Craig Anthony Whitall, 50, who also died at the scene 'The 3 years I knew her were the best years of my life.
I'm so thankful for every second I got to spend with my baby. 'I just keep hoping that I'll wake up from this terrible nightmare and see her gorgeous eyes looking back at me. 'She was the most amazing girl I've ever met, loved by everyone that came in contact with her. 'Even though I would of loved to have spent the rest of my life with her, I am happy that she is pain free and smiling down on all those who were lucky enough to have her in their lives. Image: Source 'The 3 years I knew her were the best years of my life.
I'm so thankful for every second I got to spend with my baby,' wrote Jordan with this photo of Annabelle Falkholt Image: Source The head-on collision caused both cars to burst into flame, and left Mr and Mrs Falkholt dead Image: Source One Annabelle's close friends told Daily Mail Australia Jordan had stayed by his injured girlfriend's hospital bed since the crash (pictured are Annabelle and Jordan) Image: Source Annabelle's younger sister, Home and Away actress Jessica Falkholt (pictured), is still in a critical condition after undergoing surgery at St George Hospital on Thursday He ended the emotional tribute with an appeal for road safety: 'Please everyone, be careful when you are on the roads.' 'You may not think it but a car is a deadly weapon if your mind isn't 100% concentrating on what you are doing. 'Be mindful of what you are doing when behind the wheel and constantly be aware of others around you too.' One of Annabelle's close friends told Daily Mail Australia Jordan had stayed by his injured girlfriend's hospital bed since the crash. Image: Source Annabelle (pictured with Jordan) died in the Intensive Care Unit at Liverpool Hospital, in Sydney, on Friday morning Image: Source The sisters were involved in a horrific Boxing Day crash that killed their parents, Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60.
They were identified with dental records after being burned in the crash inferno 'He is a mess. He hasn't left her bedside,' the friend said. Annabelle died in the Intensive Care Unit at Liverpool Hospital, in Sydney, on Friday morning. The 21-year-old childcare worker was travelling home from Christmas celebrations with her sister and parents when their car was involved in a fiery head-on crash. Lars, 69, and Vivian Falkholt, 60, were killed instantly in the accident while the driver of the other vehicle, Craig Anthony Whitall, 50, also died in the inferno that followed. Image: Source Craig Anthony Whitall (pictured) was a known drug user and had been jailed for driving offences Mr Whitall was reportedly driving home from a methadone clinic at the time of the tragic accident.
According to The Daily Telegraph he was previously jailed for driving disqualified and had a history of drug use. A family member described the reaction to the fatal crash as 'very hurtful' and said Mr Whitall liked his privacy. Image: Source The 21-year-old childcare worker was travelling home from Christmas celebrations with her sister and parents when their car was involved in a fiery head-on crash (pictured is the Falkholt family on Christmas Day) Content Credit: Dailymail.co.uk .
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