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AustraliaCrash near Bundaberg kills three, injures two as Queensland road toll climbs

08:30  02 june  2019
08:30  02 june  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Three people are dead and two injured after three vehicles crashed at South Bingera, near Bundaberg , on Sunday morning. It continues a horror week on Queensland roads — 16 people have died since Monday.

The death toll on Queensland roads on Sunday has climbed to three after a crash in Brisbane just before 3 pm (AEST). Earlier on Sunday, a man was killed when his four-wheel drive. which was towing a campervan, hit a tree A badly injured woman passenger in her 50s died shortly afterwards.

Three people have been killed and two injured after three vehicles crashed at South Bingera, near Bundaberg, this morning.

Crash near Bundaberg kills three, injures two as Queensland road toll climbs© ABC News: Sarah Jane Bell There have now been 16 deaths on Queensland roads since Monday. The crash happened on Childers Road just after 9:00am.

Paramedics described the collision between the cars as a "significant impact" in a 100kph zone.

A 60-year-old man who was trapped in the wreckage was taken to Bundaberg Hospital with serious head injuries.

A 40-year-old woman with back pain has also been taken to hospital.

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The crash killed a man and two women, all aged in their 50s, who died at the scene. Senior Sergeant Smith said the accident happened on a straight stretch of road near a sign indicating The accident brings this year's road toll to 113 but Senior Sergeant Smith said numbers did not convey

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Childers Road is closed at the crash site with diversions in place.

Drivers are being urged to avoid the area, with the road expected to be closed for several hours.

Crash near Bundaberg kills three, injures two as Queensland road toll climbs© ABC News: Sarah Jane Bell Paramedics described the collision between the cars as a "significant impact" in a 100kph zone. There have now been 16 deaths on Queensland roads since Monday.

A 14-year-old boy was killed after a car allegedly being driven by another teenage boy hit a traffic light pole.

Another crash in which four children and their mother died is being investigated by homicide detectives.

State Government Minister Anthony Lynham said it was another tragedy.

"It's been a terrible week for Queenslanders and Queensland families," he said.

"Please, please, safety is just so important on the roads. Don't be distracted. Don't drive while tired."

Deputy Opposition Leader Tim Mander said it had been a "tragic week for Queenslanders".

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