Apple Tree Creek's Rhonda Kay was killed in a crash at Tiaro on July 16.
Apple Tree Creek's Rhonda Kay was killed in a crash at Tiaro on July 16.

CRASH TRIBUTE: ‘Grandma is the brightest star in sky’

THE son of a woman killed in a horror crash at Tiaro has described the impact her death has had on her family.

Rhonda Kay, 58, died while being transported to hospital after the crash on July 16.

The victim's son, Tim Kay, spoke to the Chronicle on Wednesday.

He said his dad Phillip was also seriously injured in the crash.Rhonda and Phillip owned Wide Bay Laser Skirmish at Apple Tree Creek.

She was well known across the region and her loss had been felt throughout the community, Tim said.

 

A woman was killed in a fatal crash at Tiaro.
A woman was killed in a fatal crash at Tiaro.

He also said his mum was big on caring for mental health and always looked after people.

"Mum was a lovely person," he said.

"She was a strong person, she always had your back."

Rhonda adored her grandchildren, Tim said.

"She loved reading for them and cooking with the girls.

"We told the girls when they look up to the sky, 'grandma is the brightest star in the sky'."


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