The inquest will be held today into the death of a Wiltshire schoolgirl who tragically died on a family skiing holiday earlier this year.
Jemima Rees, who was 10 and from Colerne, near Chippenham, crashed into a tree on her last run of the day in the Austrian Alps during the half-term break in February.
Her older brother Barnaby gave her CPR for 40 minutes - meaning her organs could be donated to four people - but she tragically died the following day.The inquest is being held in Salisbury this afternoon.
The death of a young skier from Wiltshire has been ruled an accident but the inquest heard her organs have helped four other children live.
Jemima Prees from Wiltshire was killed after hitting a tree at high-speed while on a family skiing holiday in Austria.