Father of young Qld woman who fell to her death can’t attend funeral because of SA lockdown

father of young qld woman who fell to her death cant attend funeral because of sa lockdown

South Australia’s lockdown has dealt a devastating blow to the father of a young woman who fell to her death on the Gold Coast.

Mariah Huthmann Grace, a mother of six, fell from the 22nd floor of an apartment in Surfers Paradise on Tuesday.

Police have confirmed with NCA NewsWire that the death is being treated as non-suspicious.

Camera IconA GoFundMe page has been set up to cover the cost of Mariah Grace’s funeral following her death on Tuesday after falling from a Gold Coast apartment tower. Credit: Facebook

John Grace posted a tribute to Mariah on Facebook but also that he is unable to make it Queensland in time for Tangi, a traditional Maori funeral.

He wrote on Thursday morning about the Catch-22 of being in lockdown in Adelaide and then having to serve a mandatory two weeks hotel quarantine if he made it to Queensland.

“If it doesn’t rain, it pours,” Mr Grace wrote.

“I’m in total lockdown in Adelaide for 6 days or more. And if I go to QLD, then I’m in 2 weeks lockdown at my own expense $3000.

“So I will miss my daughter’s tangi … shattered again … what next … covid is my enemy.”

Camera IconJohn Grace is stuck in Adelaide lockdown and unable to attend his daughter’s funeral, after she fell from a balcony on Tuesday. Credit: Facebook

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