Ben Ihlow was meant to spend Father’s Day with his 10-month-old son, Andrew, and wife Samantha on Sunday, but died after complaining of “a bug” just six days prior. “Everyone’s in shock because it was sudden. He got sick on the Monday, and just had a bit of a bug,” uncle Neil Adams told Seven News Melbourne on Wednesday. It has been reported that Mr Ihlow, a 30-year-old sports fan, who worked at a liquor store, was taken to hospital on Friday and never recovered.
Snow fell not only in Alpine regions on Tuesday, but apparently coastal areas including Lorne, where massive waves also pounded the shore. In Melbourne the mercury reached just 12C, with showers and squally winds adding to the misery of those planning more traditional spring frivolities. The “vigorous” weather system won’t improve this week, with the bureau reporting damaging wind squalls with peak gusts of about 90kmh were possible in coastal Gippsland areas overnight and early this morning.
The 31-year-old, who is known to police, was shot while he sat in the passenger seat of the green Mitsubishi 4WD in Rosebud about 8.10pm on Sunday. Homicide squad detectives and SES crews were on Monday combing the scene around Eastbourne Rd for clues. The victim, who lives in Glen Waverley, in Melbourne’s southeast, had spent the afternoon with his parents for Father’s Day. His mother had dropped him off at the Dundas St milk bar in Rye before he was picked up by a friend.
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