The badly damaged windscreen of the vehicle which allegedly struck the two girls

June 16, 2022

Two teenage girls were transported to Kingaroy Hospital in a stable condition after being struck by a vehicle in Youngman Street, Kingaroy, on Thursday afternoon.

It is believed the girls were crossing the road when the incident occurred.

A QAS spokesperson said one of the girls suffered a suspected head injury while the second had a suspected hip injury.

Their injuries were not considered life-threatening.

Emergency services were called to the corner of Alford Street just after 4:30pm.

Through traffic on Youngman Street was blocked as paramedics treated the two girls on the roadway.

Police questioned the driver of a damaged Commodore sedan parked nearby and later drove him from the scene.

Investigations into the incident are continuing.

Paramedics treated two girls lying on the roadway near the intersection … fire crews, police and multiple ambulances attended the incident
A P-plated Commodore parked nearby with damage to its bonnet and windscreen
Police drove the alleged driver of the Commodore from the scene of the incident

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One Response to "Girls Injured At Crossing"

  1. The intersection needs arrows for both left and right turns. If the Commodore had a red arrow that stayed red while the pedestrians were crossing I believe the accident wouldn’t have happened. I’m the father of one of the girls involved.

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