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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

Luke Hall, 18

Luke Hall, 18

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;

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;

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 4x4 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)

The rented Jeep 4x4 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)

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

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

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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