Australia Man and young girl killed in Broome helicopter crash
Four people killed on Queensland roads in just 24 hours
Four people have been killed in crashes across Queensland in just 24 hours. The state's police say it's one of the worst starts to the school holiday period they have witnessed on just the first day of a three-week safety blitz.A19-year-old passenger was killed instantly when the joyriding driver crashed into a power pole in Pallara. In Toowoomba, a man in his nineties was hit and killed by a car while riding on his mobility scooter.
A man and a young girl have been killed in a chopper crash in Western Australia.
Emergency crews were called to Antheous Way, Bilingurr, in the state's Kimberley region after reports a Robinson R44 helicopter had crashed on the residential street just after 2.30pm today.
Police say a man, believed to be the pilot, died when the aircraft went down shortly after takeoff, and an 11-year-old passenger was taken to Broome Hospital but has since died from her injuries.
Man killed in shark attack off Fraser Island, Queensland police confirm
Queensland police confirm a man who was attacked by a shark while diving off Fraser Island, off the coast from Hervey Bay, died at the scene.Police say the 36-year-old Sunshine Coast man was spearfishing in the waters near Indian Head when he was attacked.
A woman and another child who were also passengers remain in a critical condition and are expected to be flown to Perth overnight.
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau will now investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash.
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