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Adelaide, mother of two hit by truck and killed at crosswalk, remembered as ‘vibrant spirit’

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Tammy Carter, 45, was hit by a truck in Adeliade on March 22 and died four days later.
  • Tammy Carter, 45, died March 26.
  • She was hit by a truck four days earlier.
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A mother of two tragically died after being hit by a truck at a pedestrian crossing.

Tammy Carter, 45, was hit while crossing Grand Junction Road in Wingfield, Adelaide, on approximately March 22 at 3:30 am.

Ms Carter, who was from Kilburn, was rushed to the Royal Adelaide Hospital with life-threatening injuries but later died on March 26.

Her identity was first revealed Wednesday by a family friend who remembered Ms. Carter as a ‘dear partner and valued family member.”

Alex Vanrenen, who used to work with Ms. Carter at Liaise Marketing, has since started a GoFundMe to support your partner and children.

Tammy Carter, 45, was hit by a truck in Adeliade on March 22 and died four days later.

Tammy Carter, 45, was hit by a truck in Adeliade on March 22 and died four days later.

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1712757342 490 Adelaide mother of two hit by truck and killed at

Family and colleagues remember the mother of two as a “vibrant spirit.”

Vanrenen remembered his former colleague as a “vibrant spirit.”

“Tammy leaves behind a loving partner and two young children who now face the immense challenge of living life without her,” Vanrenen wrote.

‘In memory of Tammy’s vibrant spirit and unwavering love for her family, the Liaise Marketing team and I are coming together to raise funds to support her family during this incredibly difficult time.

“As we mourn the loss of Tammy, let us also join her family in love, compassion and support.”

All money raised will be cover Ms. Carter’s funeral costs and provide financial assistance to her family as they cope with their loss, Mr. Vanrenen said.

The incident is still under investigation and no charges have been filed against the truck driver at this time.

Carter’s death was the 20th on South Australian roads this year.

Ms. Carter was hit by the truck at 3:30 a.m. while walking in a crosswalk.

Ms. Carter was hit by the truck at 3:30 a.m. while walking in a crosswalk.

Ms. Carter was hit by the truck at 3:30 a.m. while walking in a crosswalk.

A co-worker has launched a fundraiser to cover her funeral expenses and support her family.

A co-worker has launched a fundraiser to cover her funeral expenses and support her family.

A co-worker has launched a fundraiser to cover her funeral expenses and support her family.

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