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.
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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.
Motorcyclists with a club comprised of ex-United States Marines collided with a pick-up truck on a rural highway on Friday, killing seven and leaving the
A seven-year-old boy was one of two people killed in a horror car crash in Darwin overnight.
A 21-year-old father of three, Wade Williams, was travelling in the same car and was was also killed.
A woman, 24, who was driving and a man aged 42 who was driving the other car were taken to Royal Darwin Hospital with serious injuries.
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.
AustraliaChilling twist in horror head-on smash : Handwritten note is found 200m from the scene of crash that killed a mother and her four children 10:40 01 june 2019 Source: dailymail.co.uk. Horror NT smash leaves child , 7 , dead . Two people have been killed, including a seven-year-old, in a
Ms Harris had been driving southbound at 7.20pm in a Nissan station wagon near Kumbia when she attempted to overtake a truck it had been following, only to collide head-on with another oncoming truck. Horror NT smash leaves child , 7 , dead . Two people have been killed, including a seven-year-old
One car is believed to have been speeding and ran a red light when it crashed into and t-boned the other in Berrimah just before midnight on Wednesday.
Traffic and street slights were knocked over and the area was closed to traffic for much of Thursday.
A police officer on his way home from work was the first on the scene when he drove past the accident by chance.
He helped until St John's Ambulance paramedics arrived, NT Police commander Matt Hollamby said.
"The death of anyone is a tragedy but the death of children is really, really hard to take," he told reporters.
"Fatal crashes can be measured in millimetres and milliseconds and all we ask is that people take care on the roads, obey the laws, don't take risks and minimise the possibility of a crash."
Neither driver has been spoken to yet, he said, because they are being treated in hospital.
Major Crash detectives are investigating and believe that speed and running a red light were factors based on camera footage and may lay charges.
There have now been 13 deaths on the Northern Territory's roads this year, compared to 21 at the same time last year.
Chilling twist in horror head-on smash: Handwritten note is found 200m from the scene of crash that killed a mother and her four children - as police say the letter points to murder-suicide.
The note, which is believed to have been written by Charmaine Harris McLeod, 35, was discovered close to the scene of the horror crash, northwest of Brisbane. Ms McLeod died instantly when the car she was travelling in collided head on with a truck on the Bunya Highway near Kumbia in Queensland, just after 7pm on Monday.