A survivor of the fatal car crash at Exton last weekend has reached out over social media to let supporters know that she is recovering.
The woman, along with her partner and their four week old baby were travelling towards Launceston on the Bass Highway at Exton last Saturday when tragedy struck.
The car the couple were in was involved in a head-on collision when a vehicle being driven by an interstate family crossed the dividing line.
"We are at home and thankfully OK," she said on social media.
"My baby was lucky enough to not sustain any injuries at all."
Nathan David and his wife Chei David, both aged 46, died in the crash.
The Victorian couple were on holiday in Tasmania to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary with their three teenage children.
The couple have been remembered as pillars of their Filipino community, lovers of the great outdoors and devoted parents and Christians.
Both the Victorian and Tasmanian communities have rallied around their three children Joshua, Charlize and Jude.
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A GoFundMe page by real estate agency Ray White Berwick aims to raise $40,000 for the teenagers.
It is believed that the family were vendors of the agency.
"We would love to get the community, our clients, friends and family to help if they can by donating to the three children and their extended family in these devastating times...," the page said.
The woman from the other car said she and her family will recover from the trauma of the accident.
"We will recover with the right help and each other," she said.
"I hope also the children that have lost their parents also have support around them to recover."
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