Stars hospitalised after speedway crash in Tasmania
Two people are in a critical condition after they were thrown from their car at high speed in a speeding car in the ACT’s south-west, after they were travelling at 125 kilometres per hour (74mph).
The cars collided while passing a school in Glenora, about 400 ki바카라사이트lometres north-west of Tasmania’s capital, Port Kembla.
The drivers of both cars were taken to hospital but it was not clear whether either of them was the only one hurt.
“I just got out of the car and it was just absolute horror,” one spectator told News Corp Australia.
“I saw the front two cars coming at us, but the passenger was still in his car going at about 120 kilometres per hour.”
A woman inside the driver’s side of the car had the airbag deployed after the crash and was still in hospital yesterday, but was expected to survive, hospital spokeswoman Wendy Young said.
The female passenger inside the other car sustained a broken arm, broken ribs and severe head injuries, she said.
The driver of one of the two cars has since been re카지노 사이트manded in custody, and is expected to undergo further tests, but Young told the ABC today the other person, a woman in her mid-20s or early 30s, suffered only a leg injury.
She said the injuries were severe.
“Our emergency services are trying to figure out how she sustained these injuries,” she said.
“It’s extremely sad for the young person involved.”
A NSW Police spokes더킹카지노woman said the road remained closed off in the area with heavy police and emergency response units.
Tasmanian Police said two people were treated in hospital as a result of the incident.
In 2011, a woman was killed after being sent to hospital in a similar crash while driving in the ACT.
A police spokeswoman said there was “no evidence” of any criminality linked to that incident.
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