Horror as pregnant wife witnesses death of father-of-four in tragic Good Friday motorcycle crash
- A father has been killed in a motorbike collision in Logan, Qld on Good Friday
- Extended family set up a GoFundMe to assist the family following the crash
- The partner of the deceased is pregnant with a fifth child and saw the accident
A father of four was tragically killed in a Good Friday motorbike accident as his pregnant wife helplessly watched on.
Alex Szilagyi died following a collision in Holmview, Queensland when his motorbike and a car crashed into each other at the intersection of Teys Road and Pepper Tree Drive.
Mr Szilagyi died at the scene while the driver of the car was not physically injured.
Queensland Forensic Crash officers are investigating the incident.
Pictured: Alex Szilagyi tragically killed in a traffic accident on Good Friday, wife Debbie and their children
Queensland Forensic Crash officers are investigating the incident (pictured) after Mr Szilagyi passed away at the scene
Tributes were quickly posted for the respected member of the Queensland Romanian community who had four children with his wife Debbie Szilagyi.
Mrs Szilagyi is also pregnant with a fifth child.
One friend, Patricia Nicula, wrote on Facebook: ‘With the tragic passing of Alex Szilagyi, our hearts are heavy and sit in sadness with our Sister Debbie, his beautiful wife left behind with four young children and one on the way.’
‘He was a young God fearing man, wonderful husband and father of four and one to come. He loved sharing the Good News of salvation,’ said another friend.
‘Our condolences to the passing away of your beloved husband. God give you the grace to move forward with your beautiful children,’ wrote another on the Gofundme page set up for the family.
‘This page has been set up to help my sister Debbie with funeral costs and ongoing living expenses to alleviate some immediate pressure and help her get back on her feet,’ organiser Melissa Popa wrote on the page.
The crash happened in Holmview when Mr Szilagyi’s motorcycle collided with a car at the intersection of Teys Road and Pepper Tree drive (pictured)