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Man runs from scene of serious crash on Booral Rd

Head of the Wide Bay Forensic Crash Unit Sergeant Steve Webb with a Mitsubishi Delica involved in a two-vehicle crash on Booral Rd near Moorabinda Rd at Nikenbah.
Head of the Wide Bay Forensic Crash Unit Sergeant Steve Webb with a Mitsubishi Delica involved in a two-vehicle crash on Booral Rd near Moorabinda Rd at Nikenbah. Alistair Brightman

A MAN has fled the scene of a crash on Booral Rd that has left a young girl in hospital with serious head injuries.

The crash occurred about 5.30pm near the intersection with Moorabinda Dr and involved a Holden Commodore and a Mitsubishi van.

Sergeant Steve Webb, head of the Wide Bay Forensic Crash Unit, said at least one child from the van suffered a serious head injury and was taken to Hervey Bay Hospital.

Sgt Webb was unable to comment on other possible injuries from the family who were travelling in the van.

Sgt Web said the male driver of the Holden, believed to be the sole occupant of the vehicle, decamped from the scene, and police from the scenes of crime unit were dusting the car for prints.

Police investigate one of the vehicles involved in the two-vehicle crash on Booral Rd.
Police investigate one of the vehicles involved in the two-vehicle crash on Booral Rd. Alistair Brightman

Topics:  booral rd, crash, hervey bay police




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