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Retired Policeman Dies In Crash

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Snr Sgt Lance Guteridge with his father, retired Snr Sgt Kevin Guteridge, at the Police Remembrance Day ceremony in Nanango in 2014

May 16, 2017

Former Nanango police Officer-in-Charge, retired Senior Sergeant Kevin Guteridge, was killed in a head-on crash near Tiaro on Monday morning.

A police spokesman said initial information suggested that about 10:50am, a sedan was travelling northbound on Netherby Road when it was involved in a collision with a 4WD towing a caravan heading south.

Mr Guteridge, 86, from Hervey Bay, died at the scene.

His wife Cynthia, 84, was airlifted to Sunshine Coast Hospital in a stable condition with non-life threatening injuries.

A man and woman in the 4WD did not suffer any physical injuries.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.

Mr Guteridge is the father of Murgon Officer-in-Charge Senior Sergeant Lance Guteridge.

Kevin Guteridge was Officer-in-Charge at Nanango from 1977-79.


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5 Responses to Retired Policeman Dies In Crash

  1. Kay Dove

    How very sad for Snr Sgt Lance and all of the Guteridge family. Sincere condolences and I trust your mother will soon return to good health. Sincerely, Kay

  2. Peter V

    Condolences to the Guteridge family, and our thoughts and prayers to you Lance and to your mother, wishing her a speedy recovery, from Kingaroy SES volunteers.

  3. Kirsty Matheson

    Thoughts and prayers go out to the Guteridge family

  4. Pat Voysey

    Thinking of you Kev and your dear family at this sad time our thoughts and prayers to you all. I trust your Mum will have a speedy recovery Our family were very sad to hear the terrible news.

  5. Denise Ingram

    Very sad for Lance and his family. Sincere sympathy, Lance, our thoughts and prayers for you and the family and for you mother’s recovery. I am sure your father would have been a great policeman and very proud of you in your career. Stanthorpe people will always be grateful for the time you worked here.

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