‘Perfect’ couple die in horror crash while celebrating anniversary leaving behind 4 kids

A couple has died after a horror crash while celebrating their seventh wedding anniversary, leaving behind four kids.

The young parents, Sabine, 31, and James Mather, 36, were tragically killed as they were on their way home on Sunday.

They had spent their weekend on a romantic getaway, and were reportedly travelling to collect their children.

Heartbreaking tributes have poured in for the “perfect” couple, who have four kids – Jethro, seven, Isaac, five, and James’ two daughters, Ella-Jade, 13, and Sofia, 15.

On Facebook, James’ best friend led with an emotional tribute, he said: “My best friend. My best man. THE best man. I love you Jim Mather.



Sabine and James Mather were on their way to pick up the kids when the crash happened
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“You two were so perfect together. I love you too Sabine Mather.

“My best friend for 36 years. You will never be forgotten.”

The tragedy unfolded just days after Sabine posted a heartwarming anniversary post on social media, after the couple had been together for seven years.



The horror crash took place just days after Sabine posted a heartwarming anniversary message on Facebook
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According to cops, the duo were killed when their Skoda Yeti collided with a Toyota LandCruiser in Western Australia, reports The Sun.

Another tribute posted by Sabine’s cousin read: “”Just the other day, I saw Sabine’s post about their anniversary, and thought about how well they’d done to be so happy together for all these years.

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“Totally unbelievable. I don’t know what else to say. My heart is broken.”



A GoFundMe page has been set up to help cover funeral costs
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A GoFundMe page has been set up by their family in a bid to raise funds for their kids and help with funeral costs.

It says: “On Sunday two beautiful young parents’ lives were tragically cut short on their drive home to collect their young children.”

It continues: “Those who knew Sabine and Jim Mather would describe them as a friendly, caring, and down to earth couple who were loved by everyone they met.”