A teenage Australian girl who was the victim of a fatal car crash in China has been named in the latest case of car crash-related deaths in Australia.
Key points:The 18-year-old woman’s body was found in the middle of a residential street in the city of Nanjing on March 15She was wearing a white bikini top and blue jeansThe woman’s father, a Malaysian national, is being questioned by policeShe died of injuries to the head and body from a collision with a carThe mother of the teen, who was travelling in a white BMW, told the ABC she had recently moved to Australia to work in the entertainment industry.
“She’s very well liked, well spoken and very nice,” the woman, who declined to give her surname, told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“My family and I are really happy for her.
She had a wonderful time in China.”
The woman said she had never heard of the incident.
“I think it’s sad because she had such a wonderful life and was doing so well in China,” she said.
“When she got back, it’s been really hard to take.”
Police said they were still investigating.
The girl’s body, found on a residential residential street just after midnight on March 16, was discovered by residents on the nearby residential street, where she was reported missing.
Police said the car was involved in the crash and the driver of the car, a 30-year old Malaysian national from Nanjing, was detained on suspicion of manslaughter.
Police did not release any other details of the case.
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