Jessica Falkholt and sister Annabelle fighting to life after vehicle crash

Jessica Falkholt and sister Annabelle fighting to life after vehicle crash

Jessica Falkholt and sister Annabelle fighting to life after vehicle crash

The 29-year-old and her family were involved in a head-on collision on Boxing Day in New South Wales, Australia.

Annabelle remains critical at Liverpool hospital while Jessica is at Saint George Hospital.

The third person killed by the crash was an unnamed man from Ulladulla who is reportedly 50-years-old.

A 63-year-old man was killed when his auto left the road at Pappinbarra, near Port Macquarie, and a 42-year-old man died overnight when his Ford Falcon hit a parked truck at Emu Plains in Sydney's West.

Passers-by and cops pulled Jessica from the wreckage as the vehicles were engulfed in flames. It is not yet known which of the cars reported was believed to of been driving on the wrong side of the road.

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According to Jessica's IMDB page, she starred in a film titled "Harmony" that was due to be released in 2018.

Police visited the family's home in Ryde but, after finding no one at home, tracked down extended family members. The actress is now in St George Hospital and her sister is in Liverpool Hospital.

NSW Police Chief Inspector Phil Brooks said the holidays were "meant to be a time of happiness" but "sadly for many this has resulted in tragedy".

NSW police have since warned drivers about "fatigue and complacency" on the roads as the state's holiday fatality toll rises to 21.

Police said they were "investigating the behaviour" of the driver of the other vehicle just prior to the accident after talking to witnesses.

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