A young Sunshine Coast family has been torn apart after their fit and healthy dad suffered a fatal brain aneurysm.
Jaye Goss had just woken up at 5am for a shower before work when his wife, Katrina McRae-Goss, heard a loud thud from the bathroom.
She rushed to check on their two young children, Flynn, three, and Lachy, 17 months, before finding her husband slumped over in the shower.
As paramedics rushed to their home, Mrs McRae-Goss performed CPR on Jaye for 22 minutes.
The 36-year-old was rushed to Sunshine Coast University Hospital before being airlifted to Brisbane Hospital, where doctors tragically confirmed that Mr Goss' body had completely shut down.
He passed away on January 12, leaving behind his heartbroken family.
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Family friend Michael Cornish told the Sunshine Coast Daily that he showed absolutely no warning signs.
"He was a young, fit and healthy man, he didn't have health issues,” Mr Cornish said.
"There was no warning - one day he was fine and the next he wasn't.”
A GoFundMe page set up to provide financial support to Katrina has now revealed that Mr Goss had saved five lives by donating his organs, including his heart and lungs.
More than $4000 has been raised in the past nine days.
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