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Sydney pedestrian's mum reveals heartbreak

AAP logoAAP 9/11/2016

The heartbroken mother of a young woman killed crossing a road in southern Sydney says she wishes she could trade places with her daughter.

A 59-year-old truck driver has been charged with dangerous driving after Danielle McGrath, 26, was fatally struck on The Kingsway near Port Hacking Road in Caringbah about 7.40am on Tuesday.

Helen Kerr McGrath on Wednesday posted a moving social media tribute to her daughter alongside a series of photos.

"I don't know how I am ever going to get through this and I will be waiting everyday to have our regular call just to tell me you love me," Ms McGrath wrote on Facebook.

"I pray that you are loved in heaven as you were loved by everyone here."

More than 100 people responded to the tribute within hours of it being published, speaking of their devastation and loss.

"Danielle was a gift to us all - she loved and was loved by so many and will continue to be loved for a very long time," Liza Harper said.

The driver accused of causing Ms McGrath's death is out on bail and is due to face Sutherland Local Court on December 8.

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