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Joe Finnis, and Dominic Fell, 23, were last night named in tributes after they were killed in a crash alongside a 20-year-old woman when the white Toyota Yaris they were traveling in collided with a white Mercedes HGV at a junction in Stanwell, Surrey, at 11.39 pm on Tuesday.
Two of the three British Airways cabin crew members killed in a crash near Heathrow Airport just minutes before midnight on New Year’s Eve have been named in tributes by friends – as a fundraising page for the families of those affected raises more than £35,000 in just a few hours.
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He was 25 years old.
Joe Finnis killed in a crash
A 25-year-old stewardess, who was also in their vehicle, survived and is currently in a serious condition in hospital.
It is believed that all four cabin crew were friends and two of them had finished work at about 6pm, while the other two were on a day off and not scheduled to be on duty.
A ‘BA Angels Fund’ set up for the families of those affected raised more than £35,000 in just a few hours as tributes began to pour in for the victims and fellow cabin crew changed their profile pictures on Facebook to a memorial image reading ‘forever in our hearts’.
Writing on Facebook, fellow cabin crew member Lizzie-Lil Loughrey, said: ‘RIP Joe literally in shock I only saw you two weeks ago and was saying how happy I was for you and that it would be weird seeing you back uniform. Absolutely heartbroken.
‘Thoughts are with your family and the families of the other crew involved’.
Joe Finnis Life is Career
Mr Finnis, a former RAF Cadet from Southampton, had undergone pilot training alongside his cabin crew role at British Airways. And Mr Fell, from London, who had been at BA for more than two years, appears to have had a passion for photography.
Joe Finnis Friend Statement
While another friend, Henry Ambrose, said: ‘Joe Finnis gut the news. Although we had only flown together sometimes, it certainly had a great impact on the experience I had in BA. Rest in peace man. To pay tribute to both of them, Bailey Faulkner said: “It is a sad moment when you receive a message that two close friends from heaven have died minutes before 2020. “I couldn’t thank you both for the endless trips together around the world that were filled with alcohol and laughter every time, not forgetting the days spent sitting in the pub! Gutted, you’re gone, but you’ll never be forgotten. Keep flying. high.
British Airways Statement
British Airways said in a statement: ‘We’re deeply saddened to learn of the death of our colleagues involved in a road traffic collision last night.
‘Our thoughts are with their family and friends, who we are supporting at this distressing time.’
Witnesses at the scene said the car had been doing at least 80 miles an hour after it pulled out of the junction just before 11.39pm.
Surrey Police said: ‘Officers were called to Bedfont Road at 11.39pm on December 31 following reports of the collision at the junction with Long Lane. The collision resulted in the lorry leaving the road and entering the Longford River, which runs parallel with Bedfont Road.
‘A number of emergency services have responded to the incident and the roads in the immediate area are closed while the incident is investigation.’
Sergeant Chris Schultze from the Surrey and Sussex Roads Policing Unit said: ‘As part of that investigation we are asking for any witnesses to come forward, and if anyone has any CCTV, dashcam or other information that may assist the investigation to come forward
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