Two males, the 24-year-old driver and his 29-year-old passenger, were killed in a car accident south of Perth overnight. Nathaniel James of Mandurah was the passenger who died in this crash.
The entire community is mourning his untimely departure. In an effort to find solace and support one another during this incredibly challenging time, those close to James have turned to social media, where they share their grief and unite through the collective power of prayers.
The shock and devastation caused by this tragic event have left James’s family shattered. They now find themselves in a state of profound grief, compounded by the ongoing investigations to unravel the circumstances that led to this heartbreaking loss. Keep reading to know more about it in detail.
What happened to Nathaniel James?
Nathaniel James, the resident of Mandurah, Western Australia was died in the crash near Perth. It was reported that, in the southern suburbs of Perth, two men were killed when their automobile became airborne and crashed into a retaining wall.
Their vehicles launched into the air for almost 100m before it crashed. Two men, a driver, 24, and a passenger, 29, were critically injured in the collision.
Just before the southbound off-ramp at Rowley Road, the police reported that their vehicle went airborne after colliding with a concrete median strip. Police said that the driver “failed to negotiate the intersection.”
Nathaniel James passed away:
Kyle Stewart reported the death news of Nathaniel James in the following Facebook statement, that reads,
Rest in peace brother. you always knew how to make everyone laugh, top bloke and a good friend just can’t believe you are gone, going to miss you bro, until we meet again.
Alisha Ward also posted a heartfelt condolences to James in her social media post. The message reads, “Rest easy Nate”. Tributes flooded social media after his sudden demise news broke out.
Two men died at the scene in the accident that occurred on the Kwinana Fwy in Wandi at 5:10 p.m. on Monday. A Holden Commodore allegedly got airborne after losing control on a turn. Then collided with a retaining wall near Bindarri Grove on the Kwinana Freeway at Wandi just before 6 p.m. on Monday.
A tow truck was dispatched to clear the wreckage, which had rendered the automobile unrecognizable. Before they could be brought to a hospital, both men passed away.
There are still open investigations concerning the crash. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000, according to the police.
If you or anyone you know has been involved in a car accident, call Road Trauma Support WA at 1300 004 814.
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