A young British couple were killed when they accidentally reversed their buggy over a ravine's edge after miscalculating how much space they had.
Milly and Toby Savill, both Christian teachers from south London, were driving a hired 800CC motor for a three hour trip over the Profitis Ilias mountain, in Santorini, Greece, on Sunday.
A worker at the rental agency in the town of Fira, told The Sun said: 'The driver tried to turn the buggy around in the middle of the road but miscalculated.
'He put the buggy in reverse, moved back thinking he had enough space, but by the time he realised his mistake the weight of the buggy was drawing him backwards and it fell into the ravine.
'There was no fence or wall on the edge of the cliff.'
Milly and Toby Savill wed in August 2017 - they were described by Mrs Savill's father as 'utterly devoted to one another'
Milly and Toby Savill enjoying the world cup in London last summer, they died after plunging from a ravine in Santorini, Greece
A smiling Milly, 25, and Toby Savill, 26, from Vauxhall, south London, who 'were utterly devoted to one another', died on the Greek island of Santorini on Sunday when their vehicle plunged off a mountain
Stock image: The type of buggy that you can hire in Santorini, Greece. The Profitis Ilias mountain is a popular spot for tourists
Mrs Savill's father Steve Coulson, who is vicar of St Mark's Church in Kennington, spoke of the pair's devotion to each other and said his grieving family were being held together by their faith.
Mr Savill, 26, taught history at Ark Evelyn Grace Academy in Brixton while Mrs Savill, 25, worked at St Anne's Catholic primary school in Vauxhall.
Mrs Savill's father said: 'Milly and Toby were married in August 2017 and were utterly devoted to one another.
'Their families are so proud of them, and although devastated, we are comforted by