Falkholt has been clinging to life after the fiery head-on on the NSW south coast which claimed the lives of her parents Lars, 69, Vivian, 60, her sister Annabelle, 21, and Whitall.
As Jessica fought for life in the Intensive Care Unit at St George Hospital, her family had been by her side and it is being reported she was surrounded by her loved ones when the decision was made to switch off the life support.
While Jessica's parents were killed instantly, her sister Annabelle died days after the head-on vehicle crash that occured on the NSW South Coast.
Annabelle died as a result of her injuries last Tuesday.
There are mixed reports about whether the actress has passed away, with The Home and Away Facebook page sharing a simple heartfelt update last night, "Rest in peace handsome Jess". Jessica was sent to St George's Hospital, where she has undergone multiple surgeries including having part of her skull and her kidney removed.
It has been revealed that the killer driver Craig Whitall had been declared an habitual traffic offender by the courts with more than 60 convictions to his name.
'It is a day that will be hard to erase from our memory, ' Paul Ponticello said.
Vivian's brother Paul Ponticello told the service (via Australia's Daily Telegraph) that he "always thought we would grow old together".
"We take a little comfort in knowing they will be together". Local reports have described Whitall as a "serial traffic offender" who was driving home from a methadone clinic when his auto collided with the Falkholt vehicle.
Family members of Vivian's family flew from Italy for the service, while a service was also held for Lars in his homeland of Sweden.
She is best known for her recurring role as Hope Morrison in the series "Home and Away".