Father shares touching tribute to daughter, 21, who was killed in horror crash: ‘Her spirit freed far too young’
- The father of a 21yo woman who died in a car crash shares a touching tribute
- Lianah Paige Power, 21, was killed in a horror smash in Queensland on Monday
- She was rushed to hospital but died from her injuries on Tuesday
- Heartbroken friends and family have paid tribute to Ms Power on social media
A heartbroken father has penned a touching tribute to his daughter after she was killed in a horrific car crash.
Lianah Paige Power, 21, died from her injuries after a traffic collision on Monday afternoon at Dayboro in Queensland’s Moreton Bay region.
Ms Power was driving a hatchback when it veered onto the wrong side of the road and smashed into a sedan travelling in the opposite direction.
Lianah Paige Power, 21, (pictured) died from her injuries after a traffic collision on Monday afternoon at Dayboro in Queensland’s Moreton Bay region
She was rushed to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital but later died from her injuries on Tuesday.
Tributes have flowed for the 21-year-old, with her father Wayne Power, describing Lianah as ‘the most beautiful, kind, compassionate and loyal person’.
‘She touched the lives of so many people,’ Mr Power said, as reported by The Courier Mail.
The 21-year-old had just been offered her dream traineeship and was due to start work as a carer for the disabled an elderly a day after the fatal crash
‘Every birthday party or event we had here for her there was always hundreds of her friends in attendance.
‘That’s just the kind of person she was. She was amazing with people and would always make you feel special and like there was a connection.
‘Total strangers would be her friends within minutes. She just had a way with people.
He said his daughter had just been offered her dream traineeship as a carer for the elderly and disabled.
‘She was supposed to start the day after her accident,’ he said.
‘She’d be there for anyone and could always make people feel good about themselves.
Ms Power had dreams of travelling to Europe and the UK, her father said in a touching tribute
‘She didn’t have any hate and always saw the good in people. She wouldn’t judge people at all and would give everyone a chance.’
Lianah played netball, had a passion for music and loved attending gigs and festivals with friends, Mr Power said.
He added Ocean Alley and Arctic Monkeys were among her favourite artists.
Friends and family have paid tribute to Ms Power (pictured) on social media after she was killed in a car crash
‘She also had dreams of travelling to Europe and the UK,’ he said.
Grief-stricken friends and family have also shared messages describing Ms Power as an ‘amazing soul’.
‘Shine bright like a diamond…forever in my heart beautiful girl,’ wrote her Aunt.
Friend Bella Champan wrote: ‘I can’t believe I have lost my best friend, my sister and a huge person in my life.
‘You are an amazing soul who gifted this world with laughter, smiles, good vibes and love… you have impacted my life so so much and life without you will be hard. Always and forever will be in my heart!’
Kathleen Brown said she would always be remembered.
‘Her spirit freed far too young.’
Eliesha Cook said she was ‘shook’ when she learnt of Ms Power’s tragic death.
‘Forever 21 sugar, rest in peace…you’ll be missed but for now reunite with all the angels that have already been taken. Send all my condolences and love to your family,’ she wrote.
The details of Ms Power’s funeral are yet to be confirmed by her father.