Don Randall MP, found dead in car

Don Randall, WA Federal Liberal MP was found dead in a car near the Boddington Golf Course 130km south of Perth. People have already taken to Twitter to pay their respects to him.

62 year-old Randall was found in his car at the local football oval, police are still investigating to find out if his death was due to a medical condition. The sudden passing has shocked many that knew him, with WA Premier Colin Barnett being one of them.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott also sent his condolences for the Liberal MP; many tweets are coming in with many other reports coming via other big news groups. Labor Senator Glenn Sterle said on Twitter, “Shattered to hear of the passing of Don Randall rest in Peace mate.”

Don Randall is trending in Twitter (Australia) and thousands of tribute tweets are still coming in by politicians and the general public.

UPDATE: Sky News Australia reports it could be due to a heart attack. Randall is survived by his wife Julie, and their two children.

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  • hoa minh truon

    I have heard a terrible news, a friend of mine, Member parliament Don Randall has dead, it shocks to me and family. We and Don Randall mutually knew since 1992 when he had a first campaign for his political life at state lower house seat of Belmont. In 2000, I was appeared at court by protest against Vietcong’s puppet concern propaganda, I had no money for legal fee, so Don Randall asked his lawyer’s friend helped. I am always grateful Don Randall, he stuck my life in Australia. In my book number one” The dark Journey”, his name being written in there. A book number 3″ from laborer to author’ I wrote Don in this. In 2015 my book number 4″ Nick Morrow released”, Don sent a congratulation to me and he waits for my book number 5″ a humble Vietnamese woman” is going to publish. I have plenty memoir from Don and Julie. Now he is no longer to meet family and friends. I and family sending the deep condolence to Julie, Don Randall’s family, actually Don is a potential politician in Australia.
    Hoa Minh Truong.
    (author of 4 books published in New York)