Surprising crash on Melbourne’s most iconic bridge leaves victims sprawled on the highway – as witnesses say a silver Ford was dashing ‘like a bullet’ earlier than smash: ‘driving like a madman’
- Two individuals critically injured after horror crash on West Gate Bridge, Melbourne
- Silver sedan collided with a Vinnies truck, forcing the truck to roll onto its aspect
Two individuals are combating for all times, whereas three extra have been injured after a horror crash on a serious Melbourne freeway involving a Vinnies truck and a sedan.
Witnesses reported seeing a silver Ford ‘driving like a madman’ simply earlier than the intense crash on the West Gate Bridge on Tuesday at 10.35am.
The truck has rolled onto its aspect and is obstructing 4 lanes of outbound visitors from the town’s CBD.
It is understood one particular person was thrown from their car within the collision
The male driver of the sedan and a male passenger have been taken to hospital with essential accidents.
Three different males who had been passengers within the automotive have been assessed by paramedics whereas the 2 males within the truck escaped damage.
Helicopter footage appeared to point out at the least three males being taken away in handcuffs after the collision.
4 individuals have been injured and one was thrown from their automotive after a horror crash on a serious Melbourne freeway involving a Vinnies truck and a sedan
A Vinnies truck laid on its aspect blocking a number of lanes of visitors on Melbourne’s West Gate Bridge
‘There’s quite a few people mendacity there being attended to by the general public, as a result of the ambulance and the police simply cannot get by as a result of the roads are completely blocked,’ one witness instructed Radio 3AW.
One other driver travelling outbound stated he noticed a silver Ford pace previous him ‘like a bullet’ on the bridge.
‘He was driving like a mad man,’ the driving force stated.
‘I believed to myself he will not make it to the opposite aspect of the bridge.’
Drivers have been urged to keep away from the world and use Geelong Street to get to the M80 Ring Street interchange as an alternative of the West Gate Freeway.
Police are investigating the crash.
Outbound lanes between Montague St and Williamstown Rd at the moment are closed.
Site visitors was banked up for a number of kilometres within the wake of the crash, above