Australian woman dies in jet-skiing accident in Phuket

The woman has been identified as 20-year-old Emily Jayne Collie of Victoria. Source Sunrise

The married couple hired two jet skis earlier that day from a vendor at Karon Beach and reportedly rode them very fast to Kata Beach.

Police have today confirmed that the 22-year-old boyfriend of the Australian woman killed when their jet-skis collided at Kata Beach yesterday evening is to face charges of reckless driving causing death.

Mr Keating, a plumbing apprentice from Alexandra, near Eildon, suffered minor injuries when the jet-skis collided off Kata Beach late on Sunday. Nobody could do anything.

"From the very moment I met you I loved you, I cherished your genuine heart, and that lovely smile".

Lifeguards gave her first aid on the beach before taking her to a nearby hospital but she died en route.

Alongside her partner, they frantically tried to perform CPR but Ms Collie was pronounced dead before arriving at hospital, Bangkok Post reported.

"Rest in peace you gorgeous girl".

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Her husband, who withheld his full name, said strong sunlight reflected off the sea and made it impossible to see the jet ski of his wife, leading to the crash.

"My dearest angel, one you have always been and will always remain", she said about Ms Collie. I'll always be your boy and you'll always be my girl!

"A happy, smiling and popular member of the school community, she went out of her way to help, encourage and support others", Mr Torriero said.

It's not yet known if Mr Keating's family will also travel to Thailand. "I truly do. I love how you loved my brother, the way you looked into his eyes with nothing but pure love, it was the truest thing I've ever been grateful to witness".

Guardian Australia has contacted the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for comment.

Around 20,000 Australians holiday in Phuket each month.