WARNING – Disquieting Content
The longtime girlfriend of a 29-year-old man who was run over and murdered on Saturday night in Scarborough was found dead in suspicious circumstances even hours after her death. Jason Francis, 29, was on Saturday hit by a white Volkswagen Jetta on Stanley Street around 8pm. He was taken by paramedics to Royal Perth Hospital, but could not be rescued.
Mr. Francis's partner, Alice Robinson, was only a few feet away, waiting for him to return home when he was hit. However, after seeing the emergency lights, the police were told that their eight-year-old partner had been run over, reported news.com.au.
Ms. Robinson was found dead on Mount Hawthorn Sunday afternoon, less than 24 hours later. Mr. Francis was killed.
Friends had been worried when they were unable to contact her after leaving RPH on Saturday night when she learned that Mr. Francis had died.
The couple is from the UK and have no family in Perth. It is believed that they traveled to WA less than a year ago, having traveled the world together.
Mr. Francis, a talented athlete, was a member of the Cottesloe Rugby Union Football Club.
Club president Sam Diamond posted yesterday on Facebook the couple described as "two beautiful souls" who had been "lost too early".
"Jase and Alice were in the club for a short time, but had already started schooling in the third and fourth grade classes," he wrote.
"They were both to be found in a variety of offseason barbecues, where Jase always made his best impression of a competitive eater, while Alice filled our hearts with her infectious laugh."
Two beautiful souls we do lost too early and loved like a family. CRUFC expresses our deepest sympathy and condolences to the Francis and Robinson families in the UK. I hope all club members and everyone else who knew Jase and Alice will find a sympathetic shoulder in these sad times to lean on.
Shocked friends also expressed their grief on social media and expressed their condolences to both families.
Mr Francis' former club in the United Kingdom, the Newport Salop Rugby Union Football Club, praised him in the social Media.
"Everyone who had the pleasure of meeting and talking to Jason, or Franna, as his colleagues called him, would agree with everyone. He was one of the most honest and down-to-earth gentleman you could ever meet, and nothing his friends ever asked of him was ever too much, "wrote the club.
The police say the 1
Stanley Street was closed on Saturday night when investigators investigated where Mr. Francis was hit  The Volkswagen w was also towed away for investigation.
Major accident officers investigate the incident and want to talk to anyone who saw the Volkswagen in the Scarborough area in advance.
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