In a not so new case of a road accident, a 33-year-old woman of Indian-origin dies after becoming the sixth victim of an “intentional” road rampage. She was gravely incapacitated in an accident at a busy street. Ms. Bhavita Patel, was a director at a leading audit and economic firmin Melbourne. Her family took the tough decision to turn off her life support, as her condition did not get any better following the fatal accident on January 20th, 2017. This led to her eventual death. Patel was on her way back to her office when a speeding car took her down and also rammed into several other pedestrians on the Bourke street here, killing five people and hurting around 31 other people. She was claimed to be the latest victim of “Jimmy” who was previously accused of five murders. As per a police spokesperson the charges will be modified to include the murder of Ms Patel. “My parents and I are broken. But we all appreciate the love we're getting from people”, says Ms Patel's brother, Mitesh. Mitesh Patel said the family was distraught with grief. “I have no idea what to say about what happened except that I miss her and love her so much and can’t believe that I won’t see her any more,” he said. Among the others to have died include a 10-year-old Thalia Hakin, who was out walking with her mother and eight-year-old sister Maggie when all three were hit by the car. Ms. Bhavita Patel obtained a Bachelor of Commerce in accounting and finance from the Australian National University in Canberra in 2004, and went on to hold various positions in the field, including as a procurement adviser for the Australian Department of Finance and as a senior financial accountant for the Victorian Department of Transport.