Shocking new details of triple death emerge

The bulletin could reveal a significant part of the police investigation whether the driver had used heroin shortly before the accident. Police are trying to determine whether the driver was a registered heroin user and had been “ecstatic” shortly before the car went off the road on Brisbane Rd. Two women, aged 47 and 48, from Arundel, Pimpama, died at the scene in the car, and the 50-year-old driver from the same suburb later died at Gold Coast University Hospital. Oncoming traffic at the corner of Brisbane Road and Arundel is Dr. A police source said that investigators will conduct a search to determine if there were any drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. “They’re looking for any signs that the accident was drug related,” he said. It turned out that the black ute was registered to one of the women behind the car. She and the 50-year-old male driver were in a relationship. Another police source confirmed that the investigation focused on drug use and whether the driver was a registered heroin user. “They are investigating whether the driver used heroin for about 15 minutes. before the accident,” the source said. The bulletin also learned that an off-duty police officer and school nurse performed CPR on victims at the scene.NED-2822-GCB-APPNED-3269 Download Gold Coast Newsletter Bannerpaul.weston@ news.com.auTwitter Follow Paul Weston

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