All Blacks perform powerful haka tribute to Jerry Collins at spot where he died with partner in car crash

Former All Black Neemia Tialata has led an emotional tribute to Jerry Collins by joining other French-based New Zealanders in a roadside haka at the spot where he died last week.

The Toulouse prop, who won 43 caps for New Zealand between 2005 and 2010, posted a video of the powerful moment on his Twitter account.

The haka is performed in front of a white cross bearing the names of Collins and his partner Alana Madill, who died when a bus carrying Portuguese tourists hit their car on a dual carriageway near Beziers early on Friday morning.

Touching tributes for the loving couple have been coming in from all over the world.

The USA Sevens Rugby Facebook page shared a moving video of Collins doing his final haka - a traditional New Zealand war dance - the day before he died.

All Black Jerry Collins does the haka the day before he was killed

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