A teenager who crashed into a tree and died on a ski trip with friends has been remembered as a kind and loving person with a ‘wonderful mind’.
Oliver Johnston, 18, was on the High Noon run at Thredbo ski resort, in southern NSW, on Sunday morning when he hit a spur in the ground, lost control and jettisoned head-first into a gum tree.
Emergency services raced to the scene but, even though he was wearing a helmet, his head injuries were too severe. He died at the scene.
A family member, Charlotte, posted a series of photos to Instagram on Monday evening, alongside a heartfelt tribute to the young man.
Oliver Johnston (pictured), 18, died on Sunday morning while skiing with friends in Thredbo
Oliver Johnston is pictured with a family member, Charlotte. She remembered him as…
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