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The driver Nicholas Jager, 17, died instantly.
His sister Christina Jager, 18, died three days later, in the Voiron hospital.
Their 16-year-old brother Michael Jager survived.
On that day of 7 March 1966, when the Alpine sun in the ancient monastic village of Saint-Pierre-de-Chartreuse blinded Christina and Nicolas, forever, one of the world's most popular songs was The Sun ain't gonna Shine Anymore by the Walker brothers.
The children's father, Charles Henry Jager [1919-2008], was a well-known Melbourne cattle breeder and bookmaker.