Three people died, one seriously injured in the terrible accident

Two women and a man were killed when a black Mitsubishi collided head-on with a truck after hitting a light pole and entering oncoming traffic in the afternoon. It was reported that a person, who was stated to be the driver of the vehicle, was taken to the hospital and his condition was critical, but he died when he arrived. It was learned that the rear passengers of the vehicle were two women. A 49-year-old man traveling in the same vehicle is in serious but stable condition at Gold Coast University Hospital. Collided with a light pole and a truck on the Gold Coast. Emergency services were called for the accident involving nine people, which occurred on the corner of Arundel Drive and Brisbane Rd just after 12:20 pm on Thursday. Police confirmed that two people died at the scene and one person died. upon arrival at the hospital. A man was admitted to Gold Coast University Hospital in a serious but stable condition. Police say the three killed were driving east in a black sedan turning into the opposite lane of traffic on Brisbane Rd. A 49-year-old man traveling in a sedan was also admitted to Gold Coast University Hospital in serious but stable condition. Queensland Ambulance spokesman Adam Flory said nine patients were being evaluated at the scene. The driver of the second vehicle involved – a truck carrying a boat – fled the incident physically unharmed. Both people who were in a vehicle hit by a falling light pole were not injured and did not require further treatment. No pedestrians were injured. Two eyewitnesses who were shocked at the scene were treated, but did not require hospitalization. Queensland Police are working to identify the families of the deceased. Parents at nearby Arundel State School have been warned to use Captain Cook Drive and avoid Arundel Drive to pick up from school. Previously, firefighters used “cutting tools” to get a patient out of the car. Brisbane Rd westbound has since reopened to traffic. NED-2822-GCB-APPNED-3269 Download Gold Coast Newsletter Banneremail@news.com.auTwitter Follow Kaitlyn Smith

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