Wade Sangwell died in a crash on the Fraser Coast and wrote on Facebook about living life again

Read the haunting Facebook post the horror crash victim wrote about feeling like he could “live his life again” just three months before his death

  • A man who died in a car crash posted a scary Facebook message weeks earlier
  • Wade Sangwell, 32, died on Friday when a truck collided with a car in Rosslyn
  • He had written on social media about being acquitted of a serious crime
  • Mr Sangwell said he felt he was “living life again” in May after being evicted

A man who tragically died in a horrific road accident wrote a sinister Facebook post just weeks before his death after being cleared of a serious crime.

Wade Sangwell, 32, of Queensland’s Fraser Coast, died from serious injuries sustained in a crash on the Scenic Highway in Rosslyn on Friday when a truck and car collided.

Another man involved in the accident, 42, is currently in serious condition at Rockhampton Hospital.

In May, Mr Sangwell made an emotional post on social media, saying he felt he could “live his life again” after a jury found him not guilty of an incident in 2020.

“What an amazing feeling to be a free man…I am so relieved now that the truth has come out,” he wrote after the verdict.

“I can now move forward and live my life again.”

Wade Sangwell, 32, of Queensland's Fraser Coast, died from serious injuries sustained in a crash on the Scenic Highway in Rosslyn on Friday when a truck and car collided

Wade Sangwell, 32, of Queensland’s Fraser Coast, died from serious injuries sustained in a crash on the Scenic Highway in Rosslyn on Friday when a truck and car collided

The 32-year-old was charged in an incident at Petrie Park in Tiaro on July 8, 2020, when a man suffered traumatic brain injury.

Mr Sangwell said at his trial that he acted in self-defense. The Maryborough District Court found him not guilty.

His father said the family endured “two years of hell” outside the courthouse, saying, “It should never have come to this.”

On Friday, Mr Sangwell died as a result of the blast, injuring three other people.

Mr Sangwell made an emotional post on social media, saying he felt he could

Mr Sangwell made an emotional post on social media, saying he felt he could “live his life again” after a jury found him not guilty of an incident in 2020

A man and woman were taken to Yeppoon Hospital in stable conditions, while a 42-year-old suffered chest and abdominal injuries and is being treated in Rockhampton.

Friends of Mr Sangwell have posted a number of tributes to their friend on Facebook.

“Condolences to the Sangwell family,” wrote a pal named Tony.

“RIP Wade Sangwell,” one woman posted.

Police are asking anyone who witnessed the accident or has dashcam footage to come forward.

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Bradford Betz

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