Berwick Car Accident – As a result of two separate collisions that occurred on Victorian highways on Saturday, two ladies lost their lives, and three children were sent to the hospital. At 10:15 on Saturday morning, a lady lost her life when the automobile she was driving was involved in a head-on collision with another vehicle in Berwick. Following the collision that occurred on O’Shea Road in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs, the passengers of the second car, which included a guy who was driving, a lady, a small boy, and a newborn boy, were all brought to the hospital with severe injuries. The man who was driving the vehicle was a male.
Both the young kid and the newborn are now being treated at the Royal Children’s Hospital, where their conditions have been described as severe but stable. At this time, both the male and the woman’s condition at The Alfred hospital is considered to be stable. A spokesman for the Victoria Police Department said that an investigation was being conducted to determine what caused the incident near Berwick, and that a report will be produced for the coroner. near a separate accident that occurred on Saturday, a lady lost her life when the car she was driving struck a tree shortly before 4.30 p.m. on Mount Zero Road near Halls Gap, which is about 250 kilometers north-west of Melbourne.
Separately, on Friday, police in Victoria’s north-east charged a juvenile driver in connection with an accident that resulted in the death of a cyclist. The incident occurred in Lilliput. At approximately 8.20 in the morning, emergency personnel were summoned to the incident on Rutherglen-Springhurst Road, where a 59-year-old man from Rutherglen was riding a bicycle when he was struck by a vehicle and later died at the scene. After the event, a Rutherglen lady who is believed to have been driving the vehicle pulled over and was questioned by the authorities. She is 22 years old.
She was accused with reckless driving that resulted in a fatal accident on Saturday. She is scheduled to make her first court appearance on January 31 in the Wodonga Magistrates’ Court. If you were on Rutherglen-Springhurst Road between the hours of 8:00 and 8:20 on January 27, and you have any information that might be relevant to this investigation, the police would want to speak with you.