The heartbroken daughter of a woman killed in a fiery crash has recalled her mum’s final voicemail message as police wait to speak to an star’s mother over the devastating smash.

Uiatu ‘Joan’ Taufua, 46, the mum of Broncos star Payne Haas, remains in hospital with multiple fractures, internal injuries and bruised lungs after a horrific two-car collision in Bonogin on the hinterland on Friday. 

Susan Zimmer, bit.ly 70, her partner Chris Fawcett, 79, and Ms Zimmer’s daughter Stephanie, 35, died in the fiery crash while sole survivor Taufua had to be dragged from a black Mercedes wagon before she was rushed to hospital in a critical condition.

As CCTV emerged of the black Mercedes wagon allegedly speeding moments before the tragedy, Ms Zimmer’s surviving daughter spoke of her heartbreak while visiting the crash site.

Claudine Snow broke down in tears as she recalled her last conversation with her mum, hoşgeldin bonusu veren bahis siteleri whom she described as her best friend.

Claudine Snow (pictured at the crash site on Sunday) lost her mum, sister and stepfather

Claudine Snow (pictured) broken her silence over the crash that claimed the lives of her mum, sister and stepfather in the Gold Coast 

‘The last thing (mum) said to me in a voicemail was she was worried about driving at this time of the year,’ Ms Snow told reporters.

‘I wish she had of just listened to her gut feeling and didn’t go out.’

She also relived the phone call from police early Saturday.

‘I just dropped to my knees,’ she said.

‘I knew it was about mum.(The person on the phone) said, “They’re all gone”.’

She recalled how her ‘incredible’ sister could ‘light up the room’ and ‘make anyone laugh’ and said her stepfather Dr Fawcett, a former skin cancer specialist had ‘saved so many lives’.

Ms Snow said her life would never be the same again and doesn’t know how she will recover the heartbreaking loss as she issued a harrowing plea to drivers.

‘My mother, my stepdad, my only sibling – my sister – have been taken from me,’ she said.

‘This shouldn’t have happened.

‘I want people to know, when you get behind the wheel, you have people’s lives in your hands.

‘It’s destroyed my life.I don’t know if I can ever be happy again.’ 

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The community has placed floral tributes and wooden crosses honouring the three victims at the crash site.

‘It’s really nice to come down here and see complete strangers and just hug them for their support.’ 

Claudine Snow is mourning the tragic loss of her sister Stephanie (left) and mum Susan Zimmer (right)

Claudine Snow is mourning the tragic loss of her sister Stephanie (left) and mum Susan Zimmer (right)

Uiatu 'Joan' Taufua, 46, the mother of Brisbane Broncos player Payne Haas was the sole survivor of Friday's fiery crash and remains in hospital with extensive injuries

Uiatu ‘Joan’ Taufua, 46, the mother of Brisbane Broncos player Payne Haas was the sole survivor of Friday’s fiery crash and remains in hospital with extensive injuries

Ms Snow’s tragic tribute comes as footage emerged showing the black Mercedes wagon Taufua was in allegedly speeding down Bonogin Road minutes before the crash.

The wagon was involved in a collision with a silver Mercedes carrying the three victims on the same road shortly afterwards.

The CCTV emerged after Queensland Police alleged Taufua was seen ‘driving erratically’ shortly before the crash and sped off when a patrol activated lights and sirens in an attempt to pull her over.

Police revealed on Sunday officers are yet to interview Taufua about the crash as they wait for her condition to improve.

CCTV has emerged of the black Mercedes wagon Uiatu 'Joan' Taufua was allegedly driving speeding moments before the tragedy

CCTV has emerged of the black Mercedes wagon Uiatu ‘Joan’ Taufua was allegedly driving speeding moments before the tragedy

Retired skin cancer specialist Chris Fawcett (pictured) also died in the Bonogin crash

Claudine Snow also paid tribute to her stepfather Chris Fawcett (pictured), who also died

‘Police have been checking with the hospital with regards to (her condition),’ Acting Chief Superintendent Christopher Stream said. 

‘The female driver (Ms Taufua) of that vehicle sustained significant injuries as well, and as of yet police don’t have a medical clearance to interview that female driver.

‘But as soon as we possibly can, that driver will be interviewed.’

Taufua’s licence was allegedly suspended at the time after she recently served a month’s jail time for assaulting two security guards at Star Gold Coast casino. 

Gold Coast Superintendent Craig Hanlon, said the scene shocked the police and emergency crews attending as well as members of the public who assisted.

The 45-year-old man who helped free Taufua from her burning car needed treatment at Robina Hospital for ’emotional distress’.

Her NRL star son is yet to speak about the tragedy while the Brisbane Broncos declined to comment. 

Police are still investigating the cause of the crash.

Witnesses and anyone with dashcam or CCTV footage of the crash or moments leading up to it are being urged to come forward.

The harrowing crash scene has had a heavy toll on emergency responders and witnesses

The harrowing crash scene has had a heavy toll on emergency responders and witnesses

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