A bright 15-year-old with the world at her feet and a dedicated father who will be sadly missed.
There has been an outpouring of grief for Troy and Jayla Davis - the father and daughter killed in last week's horror crash on the Midland Highway.
The crash also claimed the life of Troy's 71-year-old aunt Eileen Marshall. Troy's seven-year-old son Jacob, the younger brother of Jayla, survived. He remains in a stable condition at the Royal Hobart Hospital.
Troy and Jayla were well known in Launceston's sporting circles, particularly through their association with the City of Launceston Basketball Club.
Family friend Tara Fox, whose daughter grew up with Jayla and who coached basketball with Troy, said the loss had been felt wide.
"They were such a loving and happy little family. Eileen was such an integral part of the family too," she said.
"It's tragic that such a simple accident can cause such devastation to a family and the strong and loving community supporting them.
"There are so many affected by this loss in one way or another. We are all so sad. Our hearts, love and best wishes go to Jacob - buddy you will never be alone."
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City of Launceston Basketball described it as a devastating week for the club. In a statement from president Kane Brewer, the club paid tribute to a fantastic coach and his beautiful daughter.
"Troy has been a city coach for many years and those who knew him know of his dedication to his teams and the club, but more importantly his devotion to his amazing children. He will be sadly missed," he said.
"Jayla a bright 15-year-old with the world at her feet taken far too young, at times like this it is difficult to accept such a tragic loss, and our thoughts are with your friends, family and teammates.
"To young Jacob, we wish you a quick recovery, we know you have a hard road ahead, we know you will have a lot of love and support around to help guide you and our thoughts are with you."
Along with a legacy on the basketball court, Troy also left his mark on the football field.
North Launceston Football Club expressed its condolences to Troy's father Gary Davis - a life member of the club and half-back flanker in the team of the century. Friend Kane Sanders, who trained with Troy at both clubs, said it was a tragedy for all involved.
"Troy was definitely a talented sportsman. He was a good footballer and a really good basketball player as well," he said.
"Gary and Troy both had a huge impact down at the footy club, from juniors right through to senior level. It's just a very sad situation."
North Launceston Football Club's Larry Jordan also shared his memories of Troy, who he coached as part of the 1990 under-19 state premiership team.
"Although only a first-year player, going on to be vice captain, he held the key defensive post for the next two years," Jordan recalled.
"Except for the 1990 grand final against Glenorchy, where some smart ass coach thought he'd try Troy at halfback, which went well, except the Glenorchy full-forward, Duggan, kicked three goals in the first quarter.
"A tap on Muscles' shoulder at quarter time, had him at full-back for the remainder of the match, where he went on to be named in our best players, in our nine-point win over Glenorchy."
Police are continuing to investigate the crash, which was caused after a solar panel fell from a caravan.
Launceston Acting Inspector Nathan Johnston said the five-year-old girl, one of three occupants in the second vehicle involved in the crash, only survived because she was in the correct car seat.
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