Chinan woman Ella Knights dies in scooter crash in Bali

Ella Knights dies in scooter crash in Bali Ms Knights had been on a trip to India and Indonesia. Photo: Instagram
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The 26-year-old’s family is being offered consular assistance. Photo: Instagram

The marketing representative was expected to return home on May 1. Photo: Supplied

TweetFacebookElla Knights dies in scooter crash in Balihttps://nnimgt-a.akamaihd苏州夜生活/transform/v1/crop/frm/7daP3m9vD5jxj8khH4ayZs/684e8fcf-ee08-4a9f-acc6-bbb6e89e9418.jpg/r2_0_618_348_w1200_h678_fmax.jpgFormer Hunter School of Performing Arts student, 26, has been found dead after the crash in Bali.news, local-news, 2017-04-28T09:13:00+10:00https://players.brightcove苏州夜生活/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=5412934139001https://players.brightcove苏州夜生活/3879528182001/default_default/index.html?videoId=5412934139001Ms Knights, a marketing representative for yoghurt company Chobani,had been on holidays in India and Indonesia for several weeks and was due to return home on May 1.

She hadposted photographs to social media of yoga, swimming, reading and food – and, a week ago, her and a friend laughing and riding a motorbike.

“It’s such a paradise, we are having a wonderful time!” she wrote.

About 10am on Wednesday she was last seen at RinayaCanggu, the hotel where she was staying, when she rented a scooter.

Authorities do not yet know howMs Knights died.

The forensic doctor at Sanglah morgue, Ida Bagus Putu Alit, said she died about 10pm on Wednesdayand had cuts and bruises, but they were not major.

“We do not have the cause of death until we can conduct a full autopsy,” Dr Ida said.

He said police had requested an autopsy but they were yet to receive approval from the family.

A spokeswoman said the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade was providing consular assistance, in accordance with theConsular services charter, to the family of an n woman who died in Bali on 27 April 2017.

“Due to privacy obligations, we are unable to provide further information,” she said.

Ms Knights used to work forThe n Financial Review, owned by Fairfax Media, and for the magazinen Women’s Weekly, selling advertising for both titles.

She had studied psychology and personal training, was a volunteer for crisis hotline Lifeline for two years, and became a certified yoga teacher two weeks ago.

On Thursday, friends began to write tributes to the former Hunter School of Performing Arts student.

“Rest in peace beautiful,” one friend wrote on Ms Knights’ last picture, of her grinning on a beach at Nusa Dua in Bali’s south.

“So, so heartbreaking,” another friend said.

The Sydney Morning Herald

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