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Woman in hospital after car hits tree

Posted at 10:37am Tuesday 08 Aug, 2017


Both occupants are out of the vehicle. Supplied photos.

A woman has been hospitalised after the car she was travelling in hit a tree.

The crash occurred at the intersection of Windsor and Bellevue Roads in Bellevue at around 10am.

There were two occupants in the car, both female.

One is in a serious condition and has been taken to hospital, while the other is shaken but otherwise unharmed.

The Serious Crash Unit are in attendance and the road is currently closed.


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COMMENTS


My response was to THIS story

Posted on 09-08-2017 17:31 | By GreertonBoy

I hadn't read anything else about it until Sunlive ran the modified story today with a few more facts... and in that case... karma bites one on the bottom I guess... Like the words of that old song "Que sera sera, whatever will be will be, when I grow up and steal a car, will I hit a tree?" ... and in this case, the answer is yes... I guess.

@freckles17; GreertonBoy

Posted on 09-08-2017 09:03 | By penguin

A report by the other local newspaper website, yesterday, notes that the police said the car was believed to be stolen. This has been confirmed in a posting on Sunlive today.

Whose car was stolen Jed?

Posted on 09-08-2017 03:12 | By GreertonBoy

She crashed her own car and one of them was injured, it doesn't say whether it was the driver or passenger, or the owner, but no mention of it being stolen? No matter, hope they are both ok. Cars can be replaced.

@ jed

Posted on 08-08-2017 22:54 | By freckles17

Where in that article does it say the car was stolen?

Karma

Posted on 08-08-2017 17:44 | By kiely

Well I guess they wont be stealing anything else for a while. Looks like karma came to visit. Idiots driving like that putting others lives at risk and obviously someone upstairs made the decision to stop them before they killed Innocent people. 1st rule don't take what is not yours secondly don't drive like a friggan idiot and last but not least don't run from the police especially in a vehicle. So good job

So...

Posted on 08-08-2017 15:54 | By penguin

Wet road? Drive to the conditions. Stolen car? Note the consequences.

Whose fault?

Posted on 08-08-2017 15:44 | By penguin

Wet road? Drive to the conditions. Stolen car? Note the consequences.

Jeez...

Posted on 08-08-2017 13:39 | By jed

I feel for the owner of the car. I've had my car stolen and it had a huge impact on life while trying to sort matters out . All because some low life thinks they deserve your car more than you.



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