Mikaela Figliomeni Obituary, Death – After a catastrophic collision that occurred roughly an hour to the south of Adelaide, a guy in his 20s was pronounced dead, and a mother of five was placed in an induced coma. In the vicinity of Bambrick Road and Victor Harbor Road in Hindmarsh Valley at approximately 6.30 p.m. on Saturday, emergency services were called to the scene after receiving reports of a collision between a Mitsubishi station wagon and a Ford truck that was towing a trailer with three prized camels.
Ethan Hall, 20, the driver of the Mitsubishi, passed away at the scene of the accident. Hall was from Ingle Farm. Aleysha, a 42-year-old lady from Kangarilla, was the driver of the second vehicle, and she was sent to the Flinders Medical Centre. Her mother, Lyn, who is 75 years old and is from McLaren Flat, was also transported there.
While Lyn is receiving critical care, Aleysha continues to be kept in an induced coma. According to the police, there were also two young children in the vehicle; they were transported to the nearby South Coast District Hospital, but fortunately, they did not sustain any serious injuries. Camel rides were offered at Victor Harbor on the camels that are currently being pulled behind the vehicle. It was necessary to put to death two of them.