CM – Youngsters killed in horror southwest crash


Sunday, April 18, 2021, 12:26 p.m.

By Monique Welhan

Two teenagers were killed in a horror crash near Busselton.
A WA police spokesman said seven teenagers, ages 15-17, were in a gray Ford Falcon sedan at around 8:50 pm on Saturday when they failed to negotiate a curve on Doyle Road in Kalgup and crashing into a tree.

Police, fire and rescue services, St. John Ambulance and two rescue helicopters were deployed on site.

Two passengers believed to be sitting in the rear of the vehicle – a 16-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy – died on the scene.

The four remaining passengers – a girl and three boys aged 15 to 16 – were ambulance to hospitals in Busselton and Bunbury.

Anyone who has a dash camera or cell phone vision of the crash scene or the gray Ford Falcon sedan being driven before the crash is asked to upload the vision using this link: – https: / / Axon / Citizens / Public / F atalcrashkalgup

Anyone who has information about this accident or has seen the vehicle being driven prior to the accident are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or report the information online at .

Traffic Enforcement Group South officials are still investigating a major crash that occurred in Anketell on Thursday.

Starting in early May, the City of Rockingham will carry out road works at the roundabout at the junction of Safety Bay Road and Nairn Drive in Baldivis to improve safety for motorists.

Communities along the Harvey River are invited to a new festival that celebrates the precious ecosystem of the legendary waterway and leads to stronger connections to the river through a series of events.

Police have concerns about the welfare of Sapphire Cashmore, who has not been seen or heard from in two days.

A police investigation was opened following the overnight discovery of the remains of an 11-month-old child on the premises of a private school in Perth.

Police are looking for a man they believe can assist them in investigating a break-in and theft in Greenfields last week.

The Mandurah artistic community will be in the spotlight this weekend when artists, creatives, musicians and performers come together for Flair It Up Mandurah.

A man in his thirties is recovering overnight in the hospital after a brutal attack by a group of men in Byford.

The man who killed Mandurah teenager Hayley Dodd was sentenced to 18 years in prison.


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