Truck driver charged after M5 crash leaves one child dead, another in hospital
The 26-year-old male truck driver will face court on Thursday on a range of charges, including dangerous driving occasioning death.A truck driver has been charged over a "tragic" pile-up on the M5 motorway in Sydney that left a 10-year-old boy dead and a 13-year-old girl in hospital.
P - plater charged over crash death. Skip to sections navigation Skip to content Skip to footer. Police at the time said it appeared the car involved in the crash , a yellow Honda convertible, mounted the median strip and smashed head - on into Mr El Zahab, who was travelling in the opposite direction.
A man has been charged with a slew of offences over a crash that killed two of his passengers near the NSW-Queensland border. The 20-year-old P - plater was driving with five passengers on Mount Lindsey Road, Woodenbong, when his car veered off the road and crashed into an embankment in
Police have charged a p-plate driver following a multi-car collision that left one person dead south-east of Melbourne.
Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives charged a 20-year-old man after the Nissan Navara he was driving drifted onto the wrong side of the road and allegedly caused the fatal smash in Seaford yesterday.
It took emergency crews more than seven hours to cut the deceased body of 43-year-old Mount Martha woman Rose Kelly free from her mangled Mazda.
The incident occurred at 6.30am, with the Nissan barely missing a silver Hyundai before colliding head-on with Ms Kelly's Mazda.
A fourth car was also damaged before an off-duty police officer cycling past arrested the 20-year-old driver.
Detective Senior Sergeant Brad McArthur called the crash an "absolute tragedy", particularly as it came ahead of the Christmas period.
"It could have been you or me, driving to work," he said.
The Sandringham man was taken to hospital after the crash and has since been charged with one count of dangerous driving causing death.
He will face Melbourne Magistrates' Court later today.
Pair accused of faking Sydney car crash .
A man and a woman allegedly faked a car crash in Sydney in an attempt to claim $45,000 under the compulsory third party insurance scheme. A man and a woman have been accused of staging a car crash in northwest Sydney in a bid to claim nearly $50,000 in insurance payouts.The 65-year-old woman and a 34-year-old man were arrested at Ryde and Guildford respectively on December 3.Police will allege in court the pair staged a crash at Ryde in May 2018, and that fraudulent compulsory third party (CTP) insurance claims to the value of $45,000 were lodged.