A woman who was pushed out of a car outside Joondalup Health Campus in Perth yesterday has been identified at a mother of three.
27-year-old Peta Fairhead was found outside the front of the hospital and was rushed inside, but she was pronounced dead shortly after.
Ms Fairhead had was mother to two young sons and a daughter, reports Seven News.
Police have since charged two men, aged 19 and 20, with three counts of armed robbery, three counts of kidnapping and one of murder, according to ABC.
The two men are expected to appear in court today, and police are searching for a third man who is believed to be connected.
Sisters Danielle Hayden and Kourtnay Wilson who knew the woman, told The West Australian they are shocked by the news, describing her as "happy go lucky".
"She’d do anything for anybody, no matter who they were and where they were from," they said.
"The town is usually lively but it’s been quiet today…they’re all in shock."