Perth woman was found bleeding and fighting for her lif at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday.
Sherylee Bonney was found by a bystander who was walking their dog in Greenfields, which is close to Mandurah.
According to the authorities, Bonney, 39, is believed of being hit by a vehicle and then abandoned for dead.
The bereaved members of Bonney’s family are in a state of shock as they attempt to make sense of how one person could inflict pain on another.
The parents of Bonney, Robert Ugle and Ruth Bonney, stated that their daughter always followed the same daily routine of leaving the house at 5:30 p.m. to go shopping at the mall located nearby.
However, she never came back.
Ruth stated that she never in her wildest dreams could have fathomed that her family would be subjected to such a dreadful event.
She stated, “You always hope and pray that your family will return home safely whenever they go out.”
They just left her there in her own pool of blood and didn’t even bother to call the police or an ambulance after whatever happened and whoever was responsible for it.
Ruth’s description of her daughter’s character included her daughter being a caring mother who always wanted the best for her children.
According to the acting inspector for the Major Crash Investigation, Adam Matson, the police were requested to arrive at the scene around 7.30 p.m
Due to the critical situation in which Bonney is currently being treated at Royal Perth Hospital, she has been unable to communicate with the investigators.
The family of Bonney has issued a plea to anyone who may have witnessed what took place to come forwards.