November 27, 2021


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Driver arrested over three-car crash at Mount Pleasant, woman killed in Birkenhead collision

A driver has been arrested over a 3-car or truck crash north-east of Adelaide that has remaining a female preventing for everyday living in healthcare facility.

A horror weekend on South Australia’s roads also claimed the daily life of an 80-calendar year-previous driver.

Law enforcement were referred to as to Eden Valley Street at Mount Pleasant about 6:00pm on Sunday after reports of a collision involving an SUV, a ute and a 4-wheel push.

A 59-year-aged Angaston woman who was a passenger in the SUV experienced daily life-threatening accidents and was flown to the Royal Adelaide Clinic.

The occupants of the ute — a 72-year-previous male and a 58-year-outdated lady from Nuriootpa — have been also hospitalised with non-daily life threatening accidents.

Law enforcement allege the driver of the third auto, a 28-12 months-aged Mount Nice guy, fled the scene ahead of currently being arrested in a close by paddock.

After staying taken to the Lyell McEwin Hospital with minor accidents, he was charged with causing hurt by hazardous driving, failing to end at an accident, and hindering and resisting law enforcement.

He will surface in the Elizabeth Magistrates Courtroom today.

Police have asked witnesses to make contact with Criminal offense Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Law enforcement are continuing to examine the situations of the crash, which happened about 50 {3a94529b2b68d99beac25dca5c1678936e723415472492fb18744b4f77d809a2} an hour after two automobiles collided at Birkenhead in Adelaide’s north-west.

Unexpected emergency services were named to the corner of Semaphore and Fletcher streets about 5:30pm, but “an 80-calendar year-outdated woman from Largs Bay unfortunately died at the scene,” police stated.

A young lady who was a passenger in the woman’s car was taken to the Women’s and Kid’s Hospital with small accidents.

The driver of the other automobile, a 32-year-outdated man from Woodville West, suffered non-everyday living-threatening accidents and was taken to the Royal Adelaide Healthcare facility.

The woman was the 78th person killed on the state’s streets in 2021 — seven much more than the similar time past year — and her demise followed that of a 68-yr-old truck driver on Saturday afternoon.

The Western Australian man was killed when his trucked rolled on the Eyre Highway, about 5 kilometres east of the WA border.