Rugby BA flight attendant killed alongside two colleagues in New Year’s Eve car crash was two weeks into her dream job

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ABritish Airways flight attendant killed alongside two colleagues in a car crash on New Year’s Eve was just two weeks into her dream job.

Rachel Clark, 20, was killed along with Joe Finnis, 25, and Dominic Fell, 23, after the car they were in was involved in a collision with a lorry near Heathrow Airport.

She had just completed her training a month earlier and posted on Facebook how she had endured a “crazy six weeks” and was preparing for “the start of a new chapter”.

She had previously worked part-time for the Harlequins rugby union team in Twickenham. She studied at Gumley House Convent School in Hounslow before attending Kingston College.

In November she posted photographs of her at a ceremony held to mark the end of cabin crew training. 

She wrote: “What a crazy six months it has been! Thank you to everyone that has supported me along the way and to this fabulous group of people for making these weeks bearable! The start of a new chapter.”

A 25-year-old stewardess survived the crash in Stanwell, Surrey, and remains in a serious condition in hospital. She has not been named.

It is understood all four cabin crew were friends planning to see in the New Year together. Two of them were believed to have finished work at Heathrow that evening, while two others were still on a festive break.

A‘BA Angels Fund’ set up on the Gofundme website by a fellow cabin crew member for the families has raised nearly £50,000. Other

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