Heartbreaking last message that mother sent to Brit, 18, who died in the car accident in Crete
& # 39; Stay safe and come home & # 39 ;: heartbreaking last message mother sent to her son for fatal 4×4 crash in Malia that also killed another British tourist
- Luke Hall, 18, died when he crashed 4×4 in Malia and turned around
- Driver Zara Davis, 41, also died while Louise Waddington, 39, continued to fight for life
- The fourth Brit, an 18-year-old man, crawled out of the wreck and dropped his help
- Luke & # 39; s mother Anne sent him a text message before he left for the holidays, his first without his parents, saying: & # 39; please stay safe and come home & # 39;
The mother of a British tourist killed is a car accident messaged on the Greek island of Crete to say & stay safe and come in one piece & # 39; before he left for the trip.
Luke Hall (18), an apprentice furniture maker, is believed to have died at the crash site around 6 am in the Malia party resort when the 4×4 he hit hit a stationary engine and then rolled into a field.
Driver Zara Crane Davis, 41, is also believed to have died on the spot while 39-year-old Louise Waddington, who was chasing Luke, is now fighting for hospital life.
Luke Hall, 18, and apprentice furniture maker from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, died in a car accident on the Greek island of Crete on Monday morning
Before he left for the trip – the first without his parents – mother Anne smeared to say & # 39; please stay safe and come back in one piece & # 39;
A fourth Briton, 18 years old, was able to crawl free from the wreck and flag down, according to The sun.
Luke & # 39; s mother Anne has now flown to Crete with his grandmother to take his body home.
Posting on Facebook when Luke left for the vacation – the first without his parents or twin brother Jacob – she wrote: & # 39; A great time in Malia. Please stay safe and come home like a house. & # 39;
Father Tom, from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, fought tears when he explained how Luke was in the second week of a boy's holiday with three friends who were not with him when the crash occurred.
The rented Jeep 4×4 drove around 6 am & mr. 39 in the morning near the party town of Malia when it hit a stationary engine, cut a curb and rolled into a field (file image)
Driver Zara Crane Davis, 41, is also believed to have died on the spot while 39-year-old Louise Waddington, who was chasing Luke, is now fighting for hospital life
He described Luke as & # 39; the best ever & # 39; and added: & # 39; His twin brother is lost, he is broken, he is constantly sobbing. & # 39;
Luke & # 39; s friends are supposed to have flown home after the crash.
Family and loved ones paid tribute to Luke on social media. Cousin Jesse Hall wrote: & Rest well brother, never forget the memories and laughter we had. Always remember. & # 39;
A Foreign Ministry spokesman said: "We support the families of three British people who are involved in a car accident in Crete and are in contact with the local authorities."
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