"A woman taking her dream holiday after getting divorced was one of three Britons to die in a plane crash in Peru. Gayle Callow, 34, was killed when the small plane crashed on a trip to see the ancient Nazca Lines, one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. The NHS manager’s boss, Andrew Brown, 30, and a third British holidaymaker, Warren Denham, were also killed when the Cessna’s engine failed. And last night, officials were investigating reports that a fourth passenger on board the plane was also British. The Air Nazca flight had been due to fly over the Nazca Lines, a World Heritage site dating from pre-Inca times that can only be seen clearly from the air. The Cessna 185 took off from an airstrip in the Nazca desert, 250 miles south of the capital, Lima, on Saturday. But shortly after take-off it was reported to have burst into flames after attempting an emergency landing. All four passengers and the Peruvian pilot and co-pilot were killed.Mrs Callow’s ex-husband, Scott, 38, said he was devastated to learn of the former psychiatric nurse’s death. Their ten-year marriage had ended last year after Mrs Callow, a computer systems manager for NHS Berkshire, decided she wanted to spend more time abroad, he explained. At the former marital home in Tring, Hertfordshire, Mr Callow said: ‘Gayle wanted to go travelling. "