Tributes are flowing for a mom and her unborn child after a horror head-on crash in Melbourne.
Tess Clark, 34, tragically died in hospital after a ute collided head-on along with her SUV in Pakenham South, about 50km from the CBD, on Thursday.
Police stated the white ute collided head-on with a silver SUV on the Healesville-Koo Wee Rup Highway about 8am.
Ms Clark, the motive force of the SUV, suffered life-threatening accidents and was flown to The Royal Melbourne Hospital in a crucial situation.
Tragically she and her unborn little one Asher, who was due on March 1, died.
Her two passengers suffered non-life-threatening accidents and had been taken to The Royal Youngsters’s Hospital in a steady situation.
A person, and sole occupant of the ute, is in The Alfred hospital the place he stays crucial.
A GoFundMe campaign has been arrange for the household of Ms Clark, who was already a mom to 2 youngsters, in the wake of the tragedy.
“Tess and child Asher’s sudden passing has left us all in a state of deep shock and disappointment,” a put up on the fundraiser reads.
“Tess was a proud and devoted mom who cherished her boys greater than something on this earth.
“She would do something for her household, and at all times put their wants earlier than her personal.”
It comes as associates have paid tribute to the “pretty” individual.
“Yesterday I acquired that cellphone name I by no means thought I might obtain. In that second my life modified,” buddy Melissa Tansey wrote on Fb.
“I’m damaged. You performed such an enormous half in my life for the previous 19 years. I simply can not imagine you gained’t be right here anymore.”
“You weren’t solely my finest buddy, you had been my soulmate and my sister.
“I don’t know what to do with out you. I’ll love you ceaselessly.”
One other buddy stated Ms Clark at all times had time for a chat.
“My coronary heart breaks for your boys and hubby,” she wrote.
“Your self and child Asher are collectively ceaselessly.”
Police stated the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the crash remained ongoing.
Anybody who witnessed the collision or with dashcam footage has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers.