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12 January 2018, 03:17 | Cassandra Thompson
Home and Away actress Jessica Falkholt's 'life support switched off' one day after family's funeral
Home and Away star Jessica Falkholt has had her life support switched off and remains in a critical condition following the horrific vehicle accident that killed her parents Lars and Vivian Falkholt, and her sister Annabelle.
Jessica underwent a number of surgeries, including having one of her kidneys and part of her skull removed, but remained in a coma.
"On behalf of the family of Jessica Falkholt, St George Hospital has been asked to advise the media and the community that Jessica's life support has been switched off", a hospital statement said.
She now remains in critical condition, a hospital spokeswoman has confirmed.
Lars and Vivian died instantly, and Annabelle passed away in hospital three days later.
The actress, 29, her parents Vivian, 60, and Lars, 69, and her younger sister Annabelle, 21, were driving home from a Christmas vacation when another auto crashed into theirs.
On Wednesday they were farewelled at a moving funeral ceremony at St Mary's Catholic Church at Concord in Sydney's west.
Falkholt's parents, Lars and Vivian, both died in the accident, while the actress and her sister, Annabelle, were found unconscious.
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