Somerville Accident Today: Car Accident Somerville Updates, Car Crash Somerville Fatal Crash. A fiery multi-car crash on McGrath Highway at Highland Avenue in Somerville forced the closure of the traffic artery.
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|Topic||Somerville Accident Today|
|Incident Name||Accident / Rescue – Road Accident – Somerville|
|Control Authority||Emergency Management Victoria|
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One person has died following a three-vehicle collision in Somerville on 16 January.
It’s believed two cars and a truck collided on Frankston-Flinders Road just after 3.30pm.
One of the cars was pushed into a tree, the yet to be formally identified female driver has died at the scene.
The male truck driver was taken to hospital for observation and is assisting police with their enquiries.
No one else was injured.
The exact cause of the collision is yet to be determined at this stage.
Anyone who witnessed the collision, has dashcam footage or information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.auExternal Link.
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The crash occurred at the Highland Avenue intersection early this morning. While the crash is still under investigation, one car was speeding, a fire official said. One of the people injured was a 16-year-old boy who was crossing the road. The five-car crash occurred around 7:15 a.m., State Police said.
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Damage could be seen to one of the cars involved in the crash. One of the vehicles involved was in flames. No information was immediately available on injuries. A burned-out car from the scene.
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outh Australia Police was saddened to hear of the tragic death of retired SAPOL Assistant Commissioner; and former Northern Territory Police Commissioner, Paul White APM following a collision with motor vehicle while he was cycling on Sunday morning.
Paul was highly respected by both SA Police and the NT Police and will be remembered for his leadership, both in policing, and right across the community. His return to SA as the Liquor Licencing Commissioner saw him continue to work closely with SAPOL and have a positive impact on South Australia.
He started as a cadet with the South Australia Police in 1968 and spent most of his career as a detective, held in high regard. He held a number or executive positions as Assistant Commissioner from 1997, with the most prominent being when he was appointed Assistant Commissioner of Crime Service.
Paul’s professionalism and commitment to policing was recognised when he was awarded the Australian Police Medal for distinguished service in 2000.
Paul had many close friends amongst current and retired police officers in SAPOL and will be sadly missed.
On behalf of the South Australia Police Executive Leadership Team and all SAPOL staff, I extend our condolences to Paul’s family, friends and colleagues.
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