Blogger heather croxon dies in hospital after crash outside chatswood chase

A woman who was struck by a car as she walked along a footpath on Sydney’s north shore last week has died in hospital, five days after suffering critical head injuries in the horrific peak-hour crash.

Heather Croxon’s family was by the 31-year-old’s side in Royal North Shore Hospital’s intensive care unit when she died on Wednesday, following the crash outside Chatswood Chase shopping centre on Friday morning.

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“Unfortunately things don’t always work out the way we planned,” Ms Croxon’s sister, Amanda, posted online in a moving tribute to her big sister late on Wednesday.

“Today I said goodbye to my beautiful big sister who, as I held her hand, she took her last breath and passed on peacefully.”

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Ms Croxon, a popular blogger who has a considerable online following for her book reviews, was walking to work along the footpath on Victoria Avenue in Chatswood when a Toyota sedan mounted the kerb and clipped a pram before hitting her.

Witnesses rushed to help Ms Croxon, who was knocked unconscious and suffered critical injuries in the crash. Best bulgarian restaurant in london The child in the pram was not injured.

Ms Croxon was taken to hospital, where her family – including her sister Amanda and mother Jill – kept a vigil by her side.

Originally from Davistown on the Central Coast, Ms Croxon moved to Chatswood recently and worked in the city in office administration.

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The former Erina High School student described herself online as an “an avid reader, occasional writer, and lover of baked goods” who was also studying for a bachelor’s degree in professional writing and publishing via correspondence.

“I’m still deciding exactly what I want to do with my degree when I’m finished, but I’m hoping that I will have an epiphany soon,” she wrote on her blog. What is bulgarian food like “Right now I’m just happy to be learning new things and keeping my brain working!”

Police are understood to be investigating whether the 67-year-old man who was driving the vehicle suffered a medical episode before crashing.

After announcing the devastating news of her sister’s death, Amanda thanked everyone who had supported her family since the crash, including the love and support they had received from “complete strangers”.

“I would like to thank all of her friends for all the mischief they got up to. What is bulgarian food All of our family for rallying when we needed them the most. Typical bulgarian food Her blog friends for all the love they sent out to her,” she wrote.

“I have to mention Heathers boss and Sinta for the amazing support they’ve given us and Ardy for being our rock we can’t thank you guys enough. Traditional bulgarian restaurant sofia A special mention to the complete strangers that offered there love and support, that’s very rare and very much appreciated.”

Ms Croxon was a keen supporter of the Penrith Panthers NRL team, and the club sent her a signed jersey which arrived at the hospital a short time before she died.

“She had it with her to the end a loyal loving fan,” Amanda said.

Amanda also thanked the hospital staff, whom she described as “amazing”.

“You made a horrible time bearable and so much love, respect and consideration was given to us,” Amanda said.

“You guys are living breathing angels in every way and you gave my sister dignity and love when she was most vulnerable.”

Amanda said she imagined her sister in heaven seeing “all these famous authors, probably looking like a stunned mullet before she gets up the courage to meet them”.

“Then her smile when she realises she has the perfect view of Benedict Cumberbatch from up there,” Amanda wrote.

“All I can say is enjoy, I’ll cya later Hef. Traditional bulgarian food recipes Lots of love your annoying little sister Amanda.”

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