A young mother who died in a horror accident in Perth has been remembered as a “beautiful girl” by her grief-stricken family.
Sharmayne Fisher was killed when she was hit by a black BMW in Midvale in Perth’s eastern suburbs on Friday night.
She was killed at the corner of Morrison and Farrall Roads around 10.30pm, with the accident being investigated by WA Police.
It was reported she had a young son who was being watched by relatives at the time.
The 32-year-old female driver of the hatchback was uninjured.
Speaking to the ABC, Ms Fisher’s grandmother, Heather Fisher, described the 22-year-old as a “beautiful girl” who loved art.
“She did beautiful artwork,” Heather Fisher told the ABC.
Another family friend, Nasser Malak, described her as a “beautiful” and “honest” person.
“I can’t believe what has happened, it is very, very sad,“ Mr Malak told the ABC.
“I am so sorry for her mother and son.
“It‘s very hard to believe.”
The accident is being investigated by the Western Australia Police major crash unit.
Police are urging witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage to contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000 or at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.
Story Credit: news.com.au