The devastated parents of a 21-year-old woman who was killed in a tragic midnight rollover have told of the horrific moment they were told their “miracle” daughter had been killed. Julie and Darren Sheriff waited three hours at the scene of the crash near the Mundijong/Kulija Road on-ramp on the Kwinana Freeway in Baldivis before police confirmed their “rainbow baby”, Abbey Rose, had passed away. Abbey was on her way to support a distressed friend when her Nissan X-Trail collided with a Nissan Maxima being driven by a 28-year-old woman as she was driving along the freeway late Wednesday night. A witness who pulled over not long after, 21-year-old Deacon Tremain, said he saw the car had rolled onto the cycle path, driver’s side up. That was when he immediately dialed triple-0. “Two or three of us (bystanders) heard a phone ring (from inside the car) … we called out and no response,” Mr Tremain said. “I couldn’t see anyone in the car at all.” He said the back of the boot had been torn off the car. Ms Sheriff said she knew something had happened to her young daughter when she didn’t hear from her about an hour after she left the family home. “It was a mother’s instinct,” Ms Sheriff said. “She said she wanted to go see this friend to make sure they’re alright. And I said, well drive safe, be careful. “She should have been there within 45 minutes and an hour went by and I texted her, ‘Is everything ok, you there?’ And there was no answer. I must have sent about eight texts. “I knew something was wrong immediately so I jumped in the car and we drove on the freeway and my husband saw the sign (at Safety Bay Road) that said ‘Major Crash’.” Mr Sheriff said he “knew straight away” that it was his daughter. “We couldn’t go any further,” he said. “And that was it.” The pair were not allowed onto the scene to see if their daughter was inside the rolled-over car. “I just knew. My gut was telling me, ‘find my daughter’, so I did. And we didn’t get to see her until (Friday) morning,” Ms Sheriff said. “But I can’t kiss or touch her yet because it’s a coroner’s case.” Ms Sheriff described her daughter as a miracle baby — the 11th child after suffering 10 miscarriages. “We’ve got no one else. It was always the three of us in this house. We did everything together. We were so close as a little family of three and now there’s only two of us,” she said. The grieving parents said they want everyone to know their “beautiful daughter” had a “heart of gold” and would do anything for those she cared about. “I’m just devastated that she’s gone from me too soon. I just miss her so much — I’m lost without her. She’s my best friend, my baby. She’s daddy’s girl as well. She’s a mix of both of us,” Ms Sheriff said. Tributes continue to flow on social media for the “amazing girl” with a “beautiful heart and soul”, with thousands of dollars now being raised for her heartbroken family to “create a beautiful send-off for our baby girl”. Will Stephens took to Facebook to share his grief saying “heaven has truly gained an angel”. “I am lost for words right now, you had the biggest heart and brightest smile,” Mr Stephens wrote. “The world is definitely going to be a darker place without you.” Byron John Weeks attached photos of him and Ms Sheriff to his tribute post, adding “I’m in disbelief that this is true”. Mr Sheriff created the GoFundMe page after the tragic loss. “Our beautiful daughter with an amazing smile was taken way too soon,” Mr Sheriff wrote on the page. The devastated parents said all they want is for their daughter to have a beautiful send-off when they put her to rest. “She needs to have a beautiful send off and that’s what we want to do. And that (donating to the GoFundMe page) is how people can help us. We don’t want anything and it’s going to be all for her because she was my life,” Ms Sheriff said. To honour their young daughter, the pair say they will tick things off Abbey’s bucket list they know she wanted to do. “We’re going to do everything that she wanted to do together. For her,” Ms Sheriff said. Major crash officers are investigating the fatal crash and are calling for any witnesses to come forward and contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online. Dash-cam or mobile phone vision relating to this crash can be uploaded directly to investigators via this link. The GoFundMe page for Abbey Rose Sheriff can be accessed here. Road Trauma Support WA is available via 1300 004 814 for people affected by a crash.