In memory of Mo, Evie and Otis

Teammates of Mo Maslin unite in his memory at a football match on Sunday. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper
Teammates of Mo Maslin unite in his memory at a football match on Sunday. Picture: Justin Benson-Cooper

Scotch College yesterday briefed teachers on how to help students cope with their grief and counselling services will be available.

Deanmore Primary School, where the two youngest Maslin children were enrolled, held a closed assembly yesterday, also offering counselling to students.

Mosman Park residents Jezy and Angela Dyczynski lost their 25-year-old daughter and former John XXIII College student Yasmin in the crash.

Ms Dycynski was returning to Perth, and was planning to seek Australian citizenship, after studying a masters degree in aerospace engineering in Holland.

Cottesloe MLA Colin Barnett said he was horrified and deeply shocked by the crash, in which 37 Australians and permanent residents were among the 298 killed.

‘On behalf of all West Australians, I wish to express my deepest sympathy to the families of all the victims and, in particular, the West Australian families involved,’ Mr Barnett said.