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AustraliaFour dead in horror three days on Victorian roads

14:30  13 may  2019
14:30  13 may  2019 Source:   theage.com.au

Two dead in a horror crash in regional Victoria

Two dead in a horror crash in regional Victoria Two people have died after a horror smash in western Victoria. Emergency crews, including four ambulance, attended the collision which occurred on the Hamilton Highway in Cressy about 3.15pm. © 9news At least five ambulances, including an air ambulance were on scene. An Ambulance Victoria spokesperson confirmed that one person had been flown to the Alfred Hospital and a child had been driven to Geelong University Hospital. Paramedics are treating another person on scene. The exact circumstances surrounding the collision are yet to be established and the investigation is ongoing.

Officers attending accidents on Victorian roads will be out in full force with radar guns ready to catch drivers who don't slow down to 40km/h. Your browser does not support this video. Video provided by Nine News. Four people have died in three separate crashes in another horror period on Victoria 's

Victorian roads Six people have been killed and two critically injured after four deadly car accidents and Investigations into all three crashes remain ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to contact CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000. Australia Four dead in horror weekend on Victorian roads .

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Four people have died in three separate crashes in another horror period on Victoria's roads.

The latest tragedies take the road toll to a 120, which is 40 more lives lost – and countless more lives ruined or affected – than at this time last year.

The most recent deaths were on the Mornington Peninsula at Balnarring, where a car and truck crashed near the intersection of Myers Road and Coolart Road just after 1.30pm on Monday.

Three dead in horror 12 hours on Queensland roads

Three dead in horror 12 hours on Queensland roads Seven cars were caught up in the carnage, two people died and three others were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Two people in a black BMW SUV fled the crash on foot after smashing into a moped and a sedan in Brisbane's inner-northern suburb of Windsor just before midnight. The BMW was headed north on Lutwyche Road when it collided with the moped, ridden by a 32-year-old East Brisbane man, who was killed. © Jarrad Aspden Accident at Lutwyche Road, Windsor which killed two men.

Three dead in horror 12 hours on Queensland roads . Victorian roads Six people have been killed and two critically injured after four deadly car accidents and A man and woman were killed in a fiery head-on Four men are dead and another is fighting for life after a horror 24 hours on Victorian roads .

Four people have died on Victorian roads this weekend , with another two recovering in hospital. A man and woman were killed in a fiery head-on crash Horror day on Australian roads . Eight people died and 12 others were injured in three separate car crashes in central Australia, country Victoria

Two back-seat passengers in the car died at the scene and the 52-year-old driver was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

The truck driver escaped uninjured.

On Sunday, a 60-year-old man died in a single-car crash at Bonang, in the state's far east.

Investigators believe the man was travelling south on Bonang Road about 11.45am when his car hit a tree and caught fire.

Four dead in horror three days on Victorian roads © Nine News Two people are dead after a crash between a car and truck at Balnarring He died at the scene.

Also on Sunday night, an elderly man succumbed to injuries he received in a two-car crash in North Geelong the day before.

Police have been told that a blue Mitsubishi sedan, driven by an 88-year-old man, and a blue Volkswagen Golf hit head on on Thompson Road about 3.35pm on Saturday.

Four killed in three days on Victorian roads

Four killed in three days on Victorian roads Four people have died in separate crashes over a deadly three days on Victorian roads. © Nine Two people were killed and two injured in the smash on the Hamilton Highway at Cressy. A man died just before 3am today near Mildura when his car left the road at Colignan. His passenger, aged in his late teens, suffered minor injuries. Yesterday afternoon a collision between a motorbike and car in Healesville, about 50 kilometres north east of Melbourne, cost the life of a 31-year-old man. The motorbike rider died at the scene. The car driver was uninjured and is helping police with inquiries.

Four people have died on Victorian roads this weekend, with another two recovering in hospital. A man and woman were killed in a fiery head-on crash on Sunday morning, in what has been a horror weekend Four people have died in separate crashes over a deadly three days on Victorian roads .

Four people have died on Victorian roads this weekend , with another two recovering in hospital. A man and woman were killed in a fiery head-on Four men are dead and another is fighting for life after a horror 24 hours on Victorian Australia: Four killed in three days on Victorian roads - PressFrom.

The driver and sole occupant of the Mitsubishi was flown to hospital but later died.

The driver and only occupant of the Volkswagen, a 26-year-old Newtown woman, received non-life threatening injuries and was taken to hospital.

Police are yet to speak to her and are still investigating the circumstances.

Anyone with information about any of the crashes is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The soaring road toll has prompted the state government to call an emergency summit with a range of experts and stakeholders for May 31.

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