A lady who was killed when her bicycle crashed with a car on Sydney’s north shore has been remembered as a hopeful young doctor who was due to beginning at Royal North Shore Hospital in a few weeks. Dr Ann Formaz-Preston, 33, was riding with a few of friends on Mona Vale Road in Pymble on Sunday when she was hit by the car at the crossing of Woodlands Avenue. Although the attempts of paramedics and passersby, the Canadian expatriate pass away at the place. Dr Formaz-Preston moved to Sydney six years ago, so she could start medical school at the University of Sydney. She was seated at the Sydney Adventist Hospital and oftentimes used her bicycle to get to the hospital from her apartment on the lower north shore, and was also a keen hostility who trained with the Northside racing a group of friends. Sydney Adventist Hospital, commonly known as the San, is a big individual hospital in Sydney, Australia, located on Fox Valley Road in Wahroonga. Established on 1 January 1903, as a not-for-profit organization, it was primarily named the Sydney Sanitarium from which its colloquial name was obtained. The hospital is worked by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, whose South Pacific Division head office are located in the immediate vicinity of the San. The hospital display a wide range of acute medical, surgical, diagnostic, outpatient, support and wellness services, including Executive Health Checks at the Fox Valley Medical & Dental Centre. Rest in peace Dr Ann Formaz-Preston.