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Australia Woman hit by ute dies at McLaren Vale, man taken to hospital

04:51  20 october  2019
04:51  20 october  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

Elderly woman dies in hospital after falling out of reversing car in hotel car park

  Elderly woman dies in hospital after falling out of reversing car in hotel car park An 80-year-old woman dies in hospital after succumbing to injuries she suffered when falling out of her vehicle in the car park of a hotel on Thursday morning.Police this afternoon said the 80-year-old woman from Piccadilly, in the Adelaide Hills, fell out of the vehicle while it was reversing in the rear car park of a hotel in Stirling.

Officers found the woman unconscious in the road. The driver that hit her remained at the scene and was cooperative with investigators, police said. The victim was crossing mid-block, not in the crosswalk, when she was hit . An investigation is ongoing. The victim and driver were not identified by

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a yellow and black truck sitting on top of a car: Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash. (ABC News)© Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash. (ABC News)

A woman has been killed and another pedestrian was injured when they were hit by a ute at McLaren Vale south of Adelaide last night.

Police and paramedics were called to Victor Harbor Road, near the intersection of Seaview Road, about 11:10pm.

The woman, a 59-year-old from Allenby Gardens, died at the scene.

Man dies after being injured in Surfers Paradise brawl

  Man dies after being injured in Surfers Paradise brawl A man dies from injuries sustained 10 days earlier, when he was allegedly punched during a brawl outside a Gold Coast nightclub, which began after two men stole some food.Police said at 1:00am on October 1, a group of friends sitting on a bench on Orchid Avenue were approached by two men who stole some food.

A man has been badly burnt at a home in Willow Vale early this morning. Paramedics rushed to a McLachlan Cct property at 1am on Tuesday following He was taken to Royal Brisbane and Women 's Hospital in a serious condition. There were no flames when ambulance crews arrived at the scene

(WDEF) — Chattanooga Police respond to a call of a person being hit by a vehicle. It happened around the corner of Market street and West 20th street Witnesses on the scene say they saw a man on a bike being hit by a vehicle as he was cycling across the street. Police say the driver was cited and at

A man, also aged 59 and from the same suburb in Adelaide's west, was taken to the Flinders Medical Centre with non-life-threatening injuries.

The 78-year-old man from Willunga who was driving the Holden ute was also taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Police said the man was assisting with their investigation.

They have asked anyone who saw the two walkers in the area around the time of the crash to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The woman's death takes the state's road toll to 87, compared with 57 for the same time last year.

In a separate incident on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula, police said a drink driver has lost his licence after allegedly being caught more than twice the legal alcohol limit.

The 62-year-old Port Lincoln man was stopped in King Street about 8:00pm and breath-tested, allegedly returning a reading of 0.110.

He received an on-the-spot loss of licence for six months and his car will remain impounded for 28 days.

McLaren warning in fight for fourth .
McLaren insist they must leave "nothing to chance" as they bid to close out fourth place in the Constructors' Championship. Into the closing stages of the team's strongest campaign for at least five years, McLaren hold a 34-point advantage over engine suppliers Renault in the battle for the leading position behind F1's big three teams.

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