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AustraliaDriver charged over fiery crash that killed couple

13:52  13 march  2019
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Racewars driver dies in hospital after fiery crash at Albany drag racing event

Racewars driver dies in hospital after fiery crash at Albany drag racing event A 26-year-old man dies in Royal Perth Hospital after crashing his car during a Racewars drag racing event at Albany Airport in Western Australia's Great Southern. The driver was competing in a Racewars event at Albany Airport yesterday morning when his Ford Mustang reportedly failed to stop at the end of the track, before crashing into a fence and catching fire. He was pulled from the wreck and rushed to Albany Hospital before being flown to Royal Perth Hospital, where he died overnight. Firefighters were called to the scene of the crash and extinguished the blaze.

The driver covered roughly 60 miles in that time and passed two troopers, each of whom tried to pull behind the westbound car but lost sight of it as He said afterward he had to pull over briefly to collect himself. The turnpike's westbound lanes were closed for several hours but reopened early Friday.

A wasted driver was involved in a deadly crash near JFK Airport after a judge bent over backwards Zakiyyah Steward (pictured) got into the multi-car wreck Wednesday that killed a young couple . A second driver , Rahmel Watkins, was charged with DWI. Watkins' girlfriend, who is Steward's sister

A driver has been charged over a deadly crash which has torn apart a family and community in South Australia’s south-east.

Don and Senny McInness, a couple from Kingston, were killed in the fiery head-on smash on Lucindale Road, near Naracoorte, just before 1pm yesterday.

Driver charged over fiery crash that killed couple © Nine The couple have been remembered as hard-working and much-loved.

Today, the McInness’ devastated son paid tribute to his parents, remembering them as loving, passionate and hardworking people.

P-Plater arrested after fiery Newtown crash

P-Plater arrested after fiery Newtown crash Four men have been arrested after a fiery crash in Sydney’s Inner West early this morning. Just before 3am, a Holden Commodore smashed into a passing taxi on King Street in Newtown catching alight right after those inside escaped the wreck. © 9news A P-Plater was arrested early this morning after a fiery crash in Sydney's Inner West. © 9news NSW Fire crews attended and extinguished the flames from the crashed car. Emergency services were called to the scene and NSW Fire and Rescue extinguished the blaze before NSW Police arrested the P-Plate driver and his three passengers.

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A man with at least one prior DUI conviction was behind bars Wednesday on suspicion of murder, vehicular manslaughter, drunken driving and hit-and-run in the aftermath of a fiery freeway pileup in Scripps Ranch that killed two people and injured two others, including a police officer.

ST. LOUIS • Prosecutors filed charges Friday against a driver who allegedly was drunk and driving more than twice the speed limit when he caused a fiery crash last month that killed a man and his Court documents show his blood alcohol level was 0.12 percent — 50 percent over the legal limit Givens said the couple recently started training for a marathon and had talked about running a race

“It still hasn’t quite hit me yet, I guess,” Brian McInnes told 9News.

Driver charged over fiery crash that killed couple © Nine The McInnes' son said he will miss the voices of his parents.

“(I’ll miss), just the sounds of their voices I guess, I can’t quite remember them already.”

The couple were driving to get supplies from Naracoorte for their popular Kingston restaurant, when the SUV they were travelling in collided with a van. The impact of the crash caused the McInness’ vehicle to explode into flames.

Driver charged over fiery crash that killed couple © Nine The McInnes' vehicle burst into flames after the collision.

The local community is struggling to come to terms with the loss of the much-loved duo who poured their heart and soul into the Old Wool Store restaurant, and had only just celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary.

Husband of Susi Johnston faces trial accused of wife's murder in fiery crash on Borden farm

Husband of Susi Johnston faces trial accused of wife's murder in fiery crash on Borden farm A husband accused of killing his wife on their farm in WA's Great Southern had been having an affair with another woman and transferred tens of thousands of dollars into her account in the days after his wife's death.

The teenage driver involved in a fiery vehicle collision that resulted in the deaths of five juvenile > "Our investigators took a great deal of time and painstakingly went over this case to ensure a Five bodies were found inside the vehicle and the driver outside. Those killed in the crash were identified

Bhavuk Uppal previously pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide over the deaths of Edward Russell Hitt, Briana Mae Anderson and their 18-month-old daughter, Charlotte. The 24-year-old former Mountain Lakes man responsible for the death of a Kentucky family of three in a fiery drunk- driving crash on

“Just the most wonderful community people, ran an extremely popular business and it's certainly going to leave a big hole in the community here,” Kingston local Pauline Williams said.

“(They) did anything for the town, spent countless years doing up the wool store, said they loved it,” fellow resident Brett Young said.

The driver of the van was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Today police arrested and charged the 35-year-old Naracoorte man with two counts of dangerous driving causing death.

He was granted bail and will face court in May.

South Australia’s road toll now stands at 24 compared to 15 at the same time last year.

Disqualified learner driver jailed over fatal crash.
A disqualified learner driver has been jailed over the 2017 death of her father and a two-year-old girl in Sydney’s West. Penina Nauer appeared at Campbelltown Local Court today where she was sentenced to a minimum two years, six months in jail, as her devastated family and three-month-old daughter watched on. Two years ago, the now 22-year-old was travelling with her family from Griffith, in western NSW, to Sydney Airport when her father Antonio asked her to take a turn driving. © 9news Penina Nauer was surrounded by loved ones as she walked into court today with her baby daughter to hear her sentence.

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