Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone News 17 November 2021

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Teens arrested over home destruction FIFTEEN teenagers have been arrested over the alleged destruction of an unoccupied home in Aspendale Gardens. The Wells Street home was allegedly broken into numerous times throughout September. Police say that there was extensive damage inside the home including smashed windows and walls, graffitied walls and fixtures, torn out electrical and light fittings, and fire damage. In the last two months, police have arrested fifteen teenagers in relation to the damage. They charged two 14-year-olds from Aspendale Gardens and a 14-yearold from Keysborough on summons with criminal damage and trespass, with all three scheduled to face a children’s court at a later date. Ten children between 13 and 14 were issued official cautions for criminal damage and trespass, and one girl was released without charge.

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A CHELSEA Heights man was among those injured when a car slammed into the back of an emergency response truck on Eastlink last week. An emergency response car was attending to a car with a flat tyre in Boronia, around 3.30pm on 10 November. The cars were in the emergency lane, with the occupants of the

broken down vehicle standing on the side of the road. A white Ford wagon is alleged to have smashed into the back of the emergency response vehicle. The emergency response truck was moved in the collision, and struck a 56-yearold Clyde North man and a 65-yearold Chelsea Heights man changing the flat tyre. A rear seat passenger in the Ford

was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries. The driver of the Ford and two other passengers were also taken to hospital. Police are appealing for information to determine the cause of the crash. Any witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www.

We’re building big near you and there will be transport disruptions As part of Victoria’s Big Build, we’re building the Metro Tunnel and removing 85 dangerous and congested level crossings, with 47 already gone. We’re also building the Metro Tunnel, creating space in the City Loop to run more trains to and from the suburbs. Train disruptions: Buses replace trains in both directions Frankston and Stony Point lines

Until 21 Nov

Flinders Street to Frankston and Stony Point Edithvale, Chelsea and Bonbeach stations closed

From 1am 27 Nov to 28 Nov From 1am 4 Dec to 5 Dec From 9pm 10 Dec to 12 Dec

Flinders Street to Caulfield

Road disruptions: Lanes closed At times, until early 2022

Lanes closed in Edithvale, Chelsea and Bonbeach

Station Street

At times, until early 2022

Lanes closed


Nepean Highway

Find out if you’re affected at Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne


Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone News

17 November 2021

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