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Tributes flow for woman killed in jet ski crash

Belynda Lynch is remembered as a bubbly, strong woman.
Belynda Lynch is remembered as a bubbly, strong woman.

TRIBUTES flowed for a young woman who lost her life in a jet ski crash on the Burnett River on Tuesday afternoon.

Belynda Lynch, 38, was said to be a bubbly, caring and strong woman who was always smiling no matter what life throw at her.

She was with her family at a barbecue on the Burnett River when she decided to go for a swim, it was said she signalled to a jet ski, the rider approached and ended up colliding with Mrs Lynch which resulted in her death.

Her friends took to social media to say their goodbyes after they heard the unexpected news.

 

Tributes

Samantha James

We all know that we will all go eventually but to go before our time is up is not fair at all. You were a beautiful, caring, bubbly and wonderful person no matter what life through at you, you always pulled through it with a smile on your face. Taken way too soon and I know Maddy will miss her Aunty Binda. You will be dearly missed by so many, my thoughts are with your family and friends at this time love ya lots and will miss you heaps R.I.P Beautiful lady fly high xoxoxoxoxo

Jay Buckland

To the most beautiful soft hearted determined girl I know. You are an angle of sweet bliss. We always had a good laugh together as life changes in our lives life is so short and alot of things in our life gets taken away from us when we least expect it.. im going to miss your laugh and smile and even just to hear your sweet voice dear lady and im going to miss talking to you. From the bottom of my heart love you bel always have for who you are xxxx always will be remembered. RIP.

Jamie Scott

To the family members and friends of Belynda Lynch. We at Bundaberg early learning are crushed to hear the news. She was always a barrel of fun and we will dearly miss her. If we can help please let us know. ‪#ýoraganeribonforbelynda‬. With love from every college, parent and child of Bundaberg early learning.

Pauline Platt Briggs

Oh Darling girl. Im shattered. So full of life. So full of fun. You were to come and stay and visit for a while. Now i will come and say goodbye to you. Till we meet sweet girl. Love you forever. Aunty Pauline

Trent Griffiths

We are shocked that you are take away from us so early in life and you were so caring and putting others first before yourself and thoughts and prayers go out to your family rest in peace hope to see you again one day.

Katrina Dowden

I am so shocked and heart broken to hear this news. I am just devastated for Tim and all of your beautiful friends and family!! This is just so sad!! Your infectious laugh and big heart will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing you!! Xo

Krystle Mulderý

Another angel has gotten their wings way too early . You will be dearly missed Hun . You had the loveliest personality and caring heart . You may longer walk these plains but you will never be forgotten . Rip beautiful xoxoxo

Melissa Stewartý

So very sad that you have left this world so much earlier than you should have. I am so glad I had the pleasure of meeting you all those years ago = I'm thinking of all your family being unfairly torn apart for the 2nd time this year and wondering why?? R.I.P lovely and enjoy your time up there with bev

Tracey Martiný

I just dont have any words I am just devastated I will never forget you all our memories together will be with me forever I love you Belynda Lynch may you RIP my friend.

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