Truck driver charged over crash that killed young boy
A man has been charged over the truck crash that killed a 10-year-old boy in Sydney's south yesterday.Emergency services were called to the M5 Motorway near Belmore Road, Riverwood after reports of an eastbound crash just after 8am.
A fireball erupted when their car collided head-on with a truck on a South Australian highway .
THREE people have died after a Fiat smashed head-on into a Mercedes when it crossed onto the wrong side of the road. All three occupants of the Fiat, the driver and two passengers, died at the scene on the Bedford Woman killed and six injured after car plummets 65ft from motorway flyover.
A person has died in a horror head-on crash after a car allegedly crossed onto the wrong side of the Nepean Highway during the busy morning peak.
Investigators have been told a southbound vehicle crossed over into oncoming traffic on the northbound lanes and collided with another vehicle near Ti-Tree Grove at Seaford just after 6.30 am.
The driver of the northbound vehicle, who was the car's sole occupant, died at the scene. Three other people were injured.
The driver of the southbound vehicle was arrested by an off-duty police officer before being taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
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Pushminder Singh Grewal dropped his head in his hands as he was driven into court.Pushminder Singh Grewal dropped his head in his hands as he was driven into court in the back of a truck.
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The driver and sole occupant of the dark-coloured sedan was killed instantly when it is believed he veered out of control and crossed to the wrong side of the road. A man is dead and three elderly people are critically injured after a head-on crash on the NSW Central Coast.
The Nepean Highway is expected to remain closed for hours in both directions between Eel Race Road and Station Street.
Police have not yet confirmed how many vehicles were involved in the crash.
Ambulance Victoria said paramedics treated three people at the scene.
Two people, including a woman in her 20s, have been taken to Frankston Hospital in a stable condition.
Another person has been taken to The Alfred hospital.
Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives are currently at the scene investigating the incident.
VicRoads is advising drivers to use the Frankston or Mornington Peninsula Freeways.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au
Baby in stable condition after horror crash that killed his mother .
Police believe a white B-double was travelling in the opposite direction and may have flicked debris through the woman's windscreen, causing the vehicle to leave the road and crash into a tree. She died at the scene. Her baby son suffered minor injuries and was taken to the Royal Children's Hospital where he remains in a stable condition.Major Collison Unit investigators believe the debris may have fallen from another northbound vehicle shortly before the incident.The woman's death comes after a double fatal on the same stretch of road, 70 kilometres west of Melbourne, on October 26.