Boyfriend of mother-of-two who died in Darwin crash does not know how to tell her daughter she died

The boyfriend of a mother-of-two who was killed in a horrific crash on Valentine’s Day said he has no idea how to tell her six-year-old daughter the tragic news.

Evelin Kwok, 34, was killed late Friday night when her car collided with another vehicle in Palmerston, Darwin.

Her partner, Wei-kai Lee, how has to tell Ms Kwok’s six-year-old daughter the news that her mother will not be coming home. 

Evelin Kwok (pictured), 34, was killed late Friday night when her car collided with another vehicle in Palmerston, Darwin

Evelin Kwok (pictured), 34, was killed late Friday night when her car collided with another vehicle in Palmerston, Darwin

Evelin Kwok (pictured), 34, was killed late Friday night when her car collided with another vehicle in Palmerston, Darwin

Her partner, Wei-kai Lee (pictured together), how has to tell Ms Kwok's six-year-old daughter the news that her mother will not be coming home

Her partner, Wei-kai Lee (pictured together), how has to tell Ms Kwok's six-year-old daughter the news that her mother will not be coming home

Her partner, Wei-kai Lee (pictured together), how has to tell Ms Kwok’s six-year-old daughter the news that her mother will not be coming home

Mr Lee told the ABC his partner worked as a nurse in an aged care home and described her as being ‘very compassionate about her work and clients’.

‘Even though she worked the overnight shift, she still spent time with the girls before they went to bed as well as on her day off,’ he said. 

Ms Kwok had called Australia home for ten years and were excited to see her two young daughters grow up.

‘I don’t know how to tell the older girl about what happened to mum,’ Mr Lee said.

A GoFundMe was launched on Saturday for Ms Kwok’s daughters, and said the mother was driving home from work ‘to have Valentine’s dinner with her partner’ when she was killed. 

Police say witnesses of the crash were able to free a 21-year-old passenger from the other vehicle who was taken to Royal Darwin Hospital in a serious condition.

Ms Kwok had called Australia home for ten years and were excited to see her two young daughters grow up

Ms Kwok had called Australia home for ten years and were excited to see her two young daughters grow up

Ms Kwok had called Australia home for ten years and were excited to see her two young daughters grow up

But the fatal crash also killed the 20-year-old driver of the other car when he became trapped inside as it caught fire.

Major Crash Investigation officers are examining the circumstances surrounding the crash.

Police say the Toyota Corolla driven by the 20-year-old man was driving down the wrong side of the road when it crashed into Ms Kwok’s Hyundai Sedan.

‘Police at the scene managed to extinguish the fire, and Fire and Rescue members extracted the driver, who died at the scene,’ NT Police said in a statement. 

Five lives have now been lost on Northern Territory roads in 2020. 

Police say the Toyota Corolla driven by the 20-year-old man was driving down the wrong side of the road when it crashed into Ms Kwok's Hyundai Sedan

Police say the Toyota Corolla driven by the 20-year-old man was driving down the wrong side of the road when it crashed into Ms Kwok's Hyundai Sedan

Police say the Toyota Corolla driven by the 20-year-old man was driving down the wrong side of the road when it crashed into Ms Kwok’s Hyundai Sedan

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