Family pay tribute to British couple killed after buggy plunged into Santorini ravine


A British couple killed after a buggy they were travelling in plunged into a 656-foot ravine in Santorini have been named as teachers Milly and Toby Savill.

The pair, from south London, had reportedly been driving the vehicle along the Profitis Ilias mountain, the highest point on the Greek island, on Sunday afternoon. It is not yet clear what caused the fall.

Mr Savill, 26, taught history at Ark Evelyn Grace Academy in Brixton and Mrs Savill, 25, taught PSHE at St Anne’s Catholic primary school in Vauxhall.

Mrs Savill’s father Steve Coulson, the vicar of St Mark’s Kennington Church in south London, paid tribute to the couple today.

He said: “Milly and Toby were married in 2017 and were utterly devoted to one another.

“Their families are so proud of them, and although devastated, we are comforted by having shared so many wonderful times of love and joy together.

“Toby and Milly were passionate about their Christian faith, and we are being sustained by the same sure hope of Easter Resurrection.”


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