Mourners have left floral tributes for the woman who died in this week's accident on Camp Cable Road, days before her 30th birthday.
Police said Sharlina Surdo died when her red Kia hatchback left the road, hit a concrete drain and rolled between Logan Village and Jimboomba about 11.15am on Friday.
She would have turned 30 today.
A collection of flower bouquets, candles and photographs was at the scene with the message Sharlina - forever loved.
Sister Teanna Lopez launched a fundraiser to support Sharlina's son Riley, a miracle baby born with dwarfism.
The campaign, which has already raised more than $8000, will cover Riley's medical expenses and future needs.
Donations have been received from as far as Inverness, Scotland, with a string of messages left in support of the family.
"Our deepest sympathy to all of you. We are deeply saddened by the loss of your beautiful Sharlina. Our thoughts are prayers are with you all," Rose Ferrigno wrote.
"Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time," Lenny Ferrigno wrote upon donating.
"RIP gorgeous girl. You were a beautiful soul always smiling with a beautiful personality and caring nature... forever remembered," Josie Masci Di Bella wrote.
A post from the family said that they were grateful for whatever help they could receive.
"We honestly can not thank you enough for all the help from our friends and family we only ask for what we need and any extra funds will be for Riley's future needs," it said.
Click here to donate to the fundraiser.
Camp Cable Road man Len Chambers called on authorities to address the traffic problem in the area, saying he and his neighbours are scared to drive into an out of their driveways.
Mr Chambers, who lives minutes from the Waterford-Tamborine Road intersection, has seen a string of accidents near his property in his 18 years in the area.
A four car accident happened as he waited to turn right into his driveway in one incident. In another, a car left the road and ploughed into his fence.
"The road does not have the capacity to handle the cars," he said.
"Not only the cars ... but drivers can't handle the country roads.
The former deputy mayor of Canterbury Council in Sydney said was common to sit and wait for 50 cars to drive past before leaving his property.
It leaves residents dicing with danger in trying to enter the traffic stream.
"It's not just me. People are terrified," he said.
"I just want to live a quiet life. I'm extremely upset about this."
Mr Chambers' call followed Debbie Gilbert's plea earlier this month for a hard shoulder on the road.
Mrs Gilbert said the road needed to be widened and flattened.to improve visibility for drivers.
Logan MP Linus Power said he would work to secure funding for its upgrade.
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