Police report that the truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm.
Police report that the truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm. Contributed

Police call for footage of pedestrian vs truck crash

UPDATE: 

DASH cam footage showing the moment a pedestrian and truck collided in Ipswich has been called for by police. 

Officers investigating the crash at Silkstone yesterday evening have asked any witnesses that may have footage showing the incident to come forward.

The crash happened about 5pm at the corner of Blackstone Rd and Russell St and left a 24-year-old Silkstone man hospitalised with serious injuries.  

Anyone with information, or footage, can contact Policelink on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

EARLIER: 

Police remain at the scene of a serious traffic crash near the corner of Blackstone Rd and Russell St at Silkstone.

The truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm.

It is believed a male patient suffered a suspected head injury.

He has since been transported to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a serious but stable condition.

A forensic crash unit is also on site.

Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible and seek an alternative route. 

A forensic crash unit was called to the scene.
A forensic crash unit was called to the scene. Contributed

 

Police report that the truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm.
Police report that the truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm. Contributed

 

Police report that the truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm.
Police report that the truck and pedestrian collision occurred just after 5pm. Contributed


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