The devastated mother of a Queensland man stumbled on unimaginative in a flooded creek wants God had taken her instead.
Suzy Allington is mourning the death of David Hornman, whose body used to be stumbled on in his submerged ute in the swollen Canungra Creek, inland from the Gold Cruise, on Wednesday.
Swift water rescue crews and police divers fought sturdy currents to retrieve the auto with the body of the 38-year-oldschool husband and father peaceful inside.
Police investigations are centred on whether he crossed a flooded causeway across the creek.
In a heart-wrenching put up on Facebook on Wednesday night, Ms Allington expressed gratitude to folks who had offered their sympathy and pork up.
“Thank you for all your messages – I wish God had taken me instead – RIP my stunning son – you had been the BEST xxxx,” she wrote.
Police inform Mr Hornman used to be final viewed leaving his father’s residence terminate to Canungra on Monday morning.
That used to be the day flash flooding hit the distance, with the Gold Cruise hinterland copping almost half a metre of rain from Sunday unless the deluge stopped on Wednesday.
“Police are interested in obtaining imaginative and prescient of the weather situations in the build particularly terminate to Coburg Road causeway between 5am and 7am on March 22 in addition as any imaginative and prescient capturing a white Isuzu utility heading down Coburg Road in the direction of Canungra within these times,” detectives acknowledged on Thursday.
Officers are preparing a picture for the coroner.
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