27-year-old Jake Bashford was tragically killed in a freak accident while washing his car in Mount Morgan, near Rockhampton. The sedan rolled onto him before crashing into a nearby fence. Bashford was taken to the hospital but later died. Family and friends have expressed their shock and grief over his sudden death.
A young father-of-two is being mourned after he was tragically killed in a freak accident near Rockhampton on Sunday. Family and friends have taken to social media to express their grief and pay tribute to 27-year-old Jake Bashford, who was killed while washing his car.
According to police, the sedan rolled onto Bashford before crashing into a nearby fence. He was rushed to Mount Morgan Hospital but sadly passed away.
Bashford was well-known in the Mount Morgan community for his friendly nature and love of conversation. Family members, friends, and neighbors have expressed their shock and devastation over his sudden death. One friend wrote on Facebook, “Can’t believe it, I loved that boy so much. All round awesome mate, forever going to be missed by many. RIP Jake, my thoughts and prayers are with your family in this tragic time, forever 27.”
Others described Bashford as a genuinely nice person, and his death has left a void in their lives. The news of his passing has been described as heartbreaking.
The details surrounding the accident are still under investigation by the Forensic Crash Unit police. They are trying to determine how and why the car rolled, leading to the fatal incident.
The loss of a young life is always devastating, especially when it leaves behind a young family. The community of Mount Morgan is coming together to support Bashford’s loved ones during this difficult time.
Accidents like these serve as a reminder of the importance of safety precautions when performing even the most routine tasks. It is a tragic reminder that life can be unpredictable, and it is essential to cherish every moment.
As the investigation continues, the community will rally around Bashford’s family, offering their support and remembering him as the vibrant and friendly person he was..