Odetta Maxwell Obituary – A young woman who had been taking care of her parents prior to her death was a singer, dancer, and songwriter when she was involved in an accident north of Adelaide. Odetta Maxwell, 25 years old, who performed under the moniker Pink Wasabi, passed away yesterday in a hospital after being involved in a single-car accident on the Port Wakefield Highway in Port Wakefield at approximately 11 a.m. on Tuesday.
The town of Port Wakefield was where Maxwell was born. In 2019, her tracks of dance music, Tides and Killer, were included on the triple j unearthed program. In addition to that, she was pursuing her studies in psychology and neuroscience. “She made music, she sang, she performed, she danced, and she really was captivating, and she would walk into a room and everybody would know she is and they would want to talk to her,” her sister, Isobel Vlahiotis, told the ABC.
“She would walk into a room and everybody would know she is and they would want to talk to her.” Maxwell was providing care for both of their parents at home after they had both suffered brain injuries as a result of separate vehicle accidents. According to Ms. Vlahiotis, her sister was “very passionate” about everything she did, but she took a special interest in bringing attention to issues relating to brain injury, mental health, and traffic safety.
Donations of her organs are going to be made. “She really is a shining light and a miracle, and her 25 years are the biggest gift that anyone could have given our family and especially myself,” Ms. Vlahiotis said of her daughter. “Her 25 years are the biggest gift that anyone could have given our family and especially myself.”
As a result of the accident that occurred on Tuesday, the road was blocked down for the majority of the day. This year, eleven people have lost their lives on South Australia’s roads, which is a significant increase from the four fatalities that occurred at the same time last year.