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A mother-of-three is struggling for her life after her estranged husband, 42-year-old Peter Moiler, reportedly set fire to her in a vehicle only meters from her home.
Kirsten Moiler, 33, was rushed to hospital with 38% body burns after reportedly being set alight near her Mount Helena home on Perth’s northeastern outskirts on Friday night. Peter Moiler, her estranged husband, was detained on Saturday night immediately after being released from the hospital where he was being treated for superficial burns. Police were called to the corner of Honey Street and Mill End at about 6:25 pm to report a blue Holden Commodore was on fire and two people were suffering from burns. Witnesses nearby heard multiple explosions then a woman screaming for help, before seeing Ms. Moiler running 100m from the scene, tearing off her burning clothes.
Peter Moiler is 42 years old.
Suspect Arrested For Setting His Wife Kirsten Moiler On Fire
Police said Ms. Moiler, who suffered burns to her face, arms, upper torso, and lap, tried to relieve her injuries by running into a nearby creek. One local resident, who was among the neighbors who rushed to Ms Moiler’s aid, told Daily Mail Australia, the young woman was in agony and ‘terribly frightened’. She was in incredible pain. I couldn’t converse with her,’ she said. It was awful. ‘She was in quite a bad way.’
The RAC Rescue Helicopter was needed to fly Ms. Moiler to Fiona Stanley Hospital with partial-thickness burns, also known as third-degree burns, to 38 percent of her body – including her face. Meanwhile, her recently separated ex-husband was taken to the same hospital by St John Ambulance with superficial burns. The couple’s three young children are safe and are in their grandparent’s care.
Moiler is an agricultural studies graduate, according to social media, and the couple married in 2012. On Saturday, WA Police Inspector Glen Beros told the media that the situation was unfortunate. ‘A young woman has significant burns on her body that will take a long time to treat and will have an influence on the rest of her life,’ Inspector Beros explained. The investigation is still in its early stages, but they had a family bond.’
Anyone with information on the incident should call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or submit an online complaint.