The horror week of Queensland on the road continued after the death of a teenage passenger in a collision involving a so-called stolen vehicle with five other children.
Police claim that the Mazda SUV, which held six young people, including a girl , was accelerating along Anzac Avenue in Rothwell, north of Brisbane, when it went red at 16:00 on Wednesday.
The underage driver is said to have lost control and tossed into an oncoming car before bumping into a series of traffic lights.
The front passenger, a teenager from Maleny, 14, died on the spot – while two other teenagers are fighting for life.
The horror crash at Rothwell in Moreton Bay north of Brisbane was one of three fatal crashes in Queensland on Wednesday
Police claimed the Mazda SUV had been stolen from a shopping center in nearby Kallangur earlier on Wednesday.
The alleged driver of the vehicle, a teenager from Waterford West, 14, was brought to Queensland Children's & # 39; s Hospital with critical injury.
Four other female passengers of the 10, 13, 14 and 16 year old vehicle were also injured and taken to hospital, one in critical condition.
The occupants of the other car involved in the crash, a woman, 26 and four young children, were seriously injured.
The underage driver is said to have lost control and tossed into an oncoming car before bumping into a series of traffic lights
A Rothwell resident told it Courier mail he saw confused relatives shouting on the crash scene, & # 39; my children can be there & # 39 ;.
Kimmy Delaporte described the collision as one of the & # 39; most traumatic car accidents & # 39; she had ever seen while Beverley Brady said it was the stuff that made nightmares.
Queensland Ambulance senior operations supervisor Matt McGregor told the publication that all patients who were brought to the hospital suffered serious injuries.
& # 39; The injuries sustained by patients include fractures, possible internal injury, and spinal cord injury & he said.
The mutilated wreck of the horrific crash is shown on Wednesday afternoon
The intersection of Anzac Avenue and Wattle Road was closed for a few hours, while forensic Crash Unit officers investigated the horror scene.
Investigations are continuing.
It is the sixth fatal crash on the roads of Queensland in the last three days and takes the road toll from the state of 2019 to 83.
There were two more fatal crashes on state roads in the last 36 hours.
Charmaine Harris McLeod, 35, died immediately on Monday evening when she overtook a truck on the Bunya Highway off Kumbia, Queensland.
Her children Aaleyn, six, Matilda, five, Wyatt, four, and Zaidok, two, also died in the inferno three hours away from their home in Hervey Bay.
Joseph Guaresi, 62, was killed when he collided with a main engine towing a trailer at noon on Wednesday in Kumbia in north-west Brisbane.
McLeod, 35, died immediately on Monday evening when she was raiding a truck on the Bunya Highway near Kumbia, Queensland, with her children
Guaresi, from Alice Creek, traveled along Benair Road when he hit Reedy Creek Road in the other car
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