Driver dies after driving a red light and hitting two cars – his car flashing into the air and leaving FIVE seriously injured
- A 32-year-old died after crashing his car in Chermside, Brisbane on Monday
- The driver had collided with two other cars and had turned into the air
- Five other people were taken to the hospital with a critical condition
A man died after driving a red light and bumping into two cars while driving through a busy intersection.
A 32-year-old man driving a white Toyota crashed Monday night at 8.15 with a Holden Barina and Mitsubishi Pajero at the intersection of Gympie and Red Roads in Chermside, Brisbane.
The Toyota was hurled into the air and turned over several times before it hit the ground and killed the driver.
A 32-year-old man died after crashing into two cars in Chermside, Brisbane on Monday evening
The driver was treated by emergency services, but died shortly after the crash and five others were taken to the hospital.
The Pajero’s 57-year-old driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition with injuries to his face, neck and chest.
Another man 50 years and older was sent to the hospital in a stable condition and neck and back pain.
Two men and a woman were also taken in stable conditions.
Two other cars were damaged during the crash and wreckage was 100 meters long on the street.
A resident who heard the crash said it was so loud it “shook the house,” The courier post reported.
Gympie Road was closed in both directions and the police are still investigating.
Five other people were taken to the hospital after the crash, including a 57-year-old man in critical condition