4 November 2019

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Police patrol

with Brodie Cowburn

Man hurt in alleged ‘street race’ EMERGENCY services have been called to extract a man from a car that crashed after being involved in what police believe was a street race. Police say that two cars were travelling alongside each other on Frankston Flinders Road, around 7.45pm 30 October. A black Honda (right) skidded off the road and crashed into a tree, trapping the 20-year-old Frankston South driver inside. The man was extracted by emergency services and taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Police allege that both drivers were P platers. The driver of the second car, a black Subaru, was interviewed by police on the scene. The driver of the car which crashed has not yet been spoken to by investigators. Police say they expect to charge a man on summons with engage in a street race and other traffic offences. Somerville highway patrol acting sergeant Anthony Deason said “when I first saw the car I thought this has to be a fatality, and it was a relief to find everyone was alive. When I found out the circumstances I thought, when are these idiots ever going to learn.” Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with dash cam footage to come forward to help with the investigation. Contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a confidential report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

Woman killed A WOMAN has died after being hit by a car in Moorooduc, 31 October. Police believe that several cars had stopped on the side of Peninsula Link at around 9pm after colliding with debris on the road. It is then believed that the woman got out of her car and

Luck pushed: A man who allegedly returned a positive test for cannabis. Picture: Supplied

was hit by another vehicle. The 64-year-old Safety Beach woman died at the scene. A 43-year-old Elsternwick woman, 45-year-old Rosebud man, and 67-year-old Dromana woman from other vehicles were taken to hospital with minor injuries. The driver of the vehicle stopped and helped police with their inquiries. Police are still establishing the exact circumstances of the incident. The fatality takes the state’s road toll for the year to 231, up from 173 at the same time in 2018. Anyone who witnessed the incident or with any dashcam footage is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.

Man pushes luck A SEAFORD man has allegedly tested positive for cannabis after being caught driving an unregistered car. Somerville highway patrol members pulled the 36-year-old man over around 7.20pm, 24 October after the automatic number-plate recognition camera detected the car was unregistered and the registered owner had an expired licence. The man denied using illicit drugs recently, and will receive a summons to attend court.

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Frankston Times

5 November 2019


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