'Home And Away' Actress Taken Off Life Support

Jessica, has been in a coma since boxing day after a freak auto accident took the lives of her parents Lars, 69, and Vivian, 60 and her younger sister, Annabelle, 21.

Close friends to the actress stayed by her bedside at St George Hospital in Sydney on Wednesday as the 28-year-old's father Lars, 69, mother Vivian, 60, and sister Annabelle, 21, were all farewelled in a joint service in front of hundreds of mourners.

Her parents died at the scene of the horrific crash at Sussex Inlet, the day after Christmas, while her sister Annabelle passed away in hospital three days later.

"All four have now died after Jessica's life support was switched off. RIP to Jess and her family". Jessica was sent to St. George's Hospital, and has undergone multiple surgeries including having part of her skull and a kidney removed.

'She could be in a coma for weeks or even months, she still has all the swelling on her brain.

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The Daily Telegraph report that Jessica's life support was turned off earlier today [11 January], with the publication also claiming that 50-year-old Craig Whitall, the driver of the other vehicle involved in the accident, had previously been subject to a nine-year driving ban and had as many as 10 convictions for driving while disqualified. He had previously been subject to a nine-year driving ban and had at least 10 convictions for driving while disqualified.

Craig Anthony Whitall, 50, who was driving a four-wheel-drive crashed into the Falkholt's family vehicle.

Despite his history of traffic offences, Craig Whitall was allowed to return to Australia's roads.

Jessica was born in Sydney and studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art before landing her first acting roles.

A Facebook post this morning confirmed that the 29-year-old was expected to make her debut in the movie, which was expected to be released this year.

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