A pub worker has tragically died after falling off her bicycle.
Kayla Naomi Wright, 30, died on February 5 after toppling off her bike near Clare in South ,
She bravely fought for her life for four days before dying in Royal Adelaide Hospital on February 9, the Advertiser reported.
Kayla Naomi Wright, 30, died on February 5 after toppling off her bike near Clare in South
Ms Wright’s mother Stacey remembered her daughter as ‘beautiful, sassy and incredibly caring’.
‘Kayla made such a lasting impact on everyone she met and left an imprint in their life,’ she wrote on Facebook.
‘Kayla was adored and lived life with an open heart. She will be missed by many.’
Friend Tara Donnellan has organised a GoFundMe for Ms Wright’s family.
‘Kayla was the most caring, loving, kind and funny person. She always lived life to the absolute fullest,’ it said.
Ms Wright’s mother Stacey remembered her daughter as ‘beautiful, sassy and incredibly caring’
Kayla’s death is the ninth life lost on South n roads already this year
‘She travelled the world and lived abroad, never staying in one place for too long.
‘She was deeply loved by anyone involved her in life, and she loved just as strongly right back.
‘She positively impacted anyone’s life that she touched. There are many shattered hearts around the world.’
Tributes from Ms Wright’s friends poured in.
‘Our beautiful, ahead of the times fashionable, filled with sass and class angel in the sky and angel forever in our hearts,’ Maja Vidovic said.
‘We will make sure we have the greatest celebration of life party that there ever was.’
Ms Wright, who worked at The Emu Hotel, leaves behind mum Stacey, dad Paul and younger brother Kyle.
A celebration of her life will be held at a later date.
Kayla’s death is the ninth life lost on South n roads already this year.