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Australia Sunshine Coast woman charged with drug driving after teenage passenger's death

02:32  10 february  2021
02:32  10 february  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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A 24-year-old Sunshine Coast woman has been charged over a crash that killed her teenage passenger in December last year. Key points: A 19yo passenger died after car crashed into pole on Sunshine Coast . Police allege the woman was driving under the influence of drugs after leaving a licensed venue about 4am on December 9, before she veered and crashed into a pole. Emergency crews were called to the crash on Vise Road in Mons where they treated the 19-year-old woman for life threatening injuries after she became trapped in the vehicle.

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a car parked in a parking lot: The car involved in a fatal crash at Vise Road Mons in December last year. (ABC Sunshine Coast: Supplied) © Provided by ABC Health The car involved in a fatal crash at Vise Road Mons in December last year. (ABC Sunshine Coast: Supplied)

A 24-year-old Sunshine Coast woman has been charged over a crash that killed her teenage passenger in December last year.

Police allege the woman was driving under the influence of drugs after leaving a licensed venue about 4am on December 9, before she veered and crashed into a pole.

Emergency crews were called to the crash on Vise Road in Mons where they treated the 19-year-old woman for life threatening injuries after she became trapped in the vehicle.

The driver suffered an arm injury and was treated on scene.

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Both women were transported to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital, but the 19-year-old has since been declared dead, having not survived her injuries.

Queensland Police have charged a 24-year-old Diddillibah woman with dangerous operation of a vehicle causing death and driving with a drug present in her blood.

She is due to appear in the Maroochydore Magistrates Court on March 4.

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Acting Supt Overland said the crash happened on the first day of Road Safety Week, marking 2020 the worst year of road fatalities since 2015.

"It's a tragedy, that's the worst in five years," he said.

"It's unfathomable, it's something we've really got to work on as a community.

"We can only do so much as a police service with enforcement, we can't be everywhere."

Acting Supt Overland said QPS was pleading with drivers to take more care.

"This really is a plea with drivers to be sensible, use common sense, don't drive if you've been drinking, don't get in a car with anyone who's [under the influence]," he said.

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