Boyfriend dies in motorcycle accident while visiting his partner at Hampstead Rehabilitation Center
The boyfriend of a woman who was recovering from a horrific car accident died in a motorcycle crash on the way to her home.
Brad Hill was riding his motorbike on North East Road near Inglewood Inn, 20km from Adelaide, when he collided with an oncoming car shortly before 3.30pm last Tuesday.
Police said the 41-year-old Queensland man lost control of his bike while going around a bend when he fell and was hit by a Holden Astra traveling in the opposite direction.
The driver of the Holden, a 30-year-old woman, was uninjured, but Mr Hill died at the scene.
Mr Hill was traveling to the Hampstead rehabilitation center to visit his partner Daniiel Wilkey, who was recovering from a head-on crash in Williamstown in August.
Brad Hill was riding his motorbike on North East Road near Inglewood Inn, 20km from Adelaide, when he collided with an oncoming car just before 3.30pm on September 19.
The 41-year-old (right) was on his way to visit his partner Daniiel Wilkey (left), who was recovering from a horror car crash, when he was killed after being hit by a car coming in the opposite direction.
Ms Wilkey, who is still recovering from her injuries, shared a heartbreaking tribute on social media to the “love of her life”.
“When I was in intensive care and then on the ward at the RAH (Royal Adelaide Hospital) for those three weeks, Brad Hill didn’t leave my side unless he had to, he stayed with me every night…he Never complained and never gave up,’ she wrote.
“Then they transferred me to Hampstead Rehabilitation Centre, he came there in an ambulance with me, which made me and the paramedics laugh the whole way.”
“We had already planned such an incredible future together and despite my current situation following my accident, every day we were together we were happy.
“He would want me to be strong and continue to recover, and I will…it will just be a lot harder to do it without him, the love of my life.”
Ms Wilkey’s sister Kandiice Dickson said the family had been devastated by both tragedies.
“It’s unheard of, it’s not something you think you have to go through,” she said. The advertiser.
“Almost losing someone and then a month later losing someone else, it’s just not fair.”
Nateesha Hill, Mr. Hill’s daughter, who started a GoFundMe page for his father, described him as an “extraordinary person who was quick to help everyone around him.”
Ms Wilkey shared heartbreaking tribute on social media to ‘love of her life’
Ms Wilkey is still recovering at Hampstead Rehabilitation Center after a horrific head-on crash in Williamstown last month (pictured)
“He was an extraordinary person and always dropped everything to help those he loved and cherished,” she wrote.
“I just want to be able to give him the best funeral service possible. The funds will be used for my father’s funeral.
As of this writing, the GoFundMe page has received 16 donations totaling $1,400 and has a goal of raising $5,000.