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Australian Susan Leslie O’Brien accused of killing scooter rider in Bali

Australian woman driver is accused of killing a scooter rider, 19, in a horror crash in Bali – as police claim she doesn’t have a licence

  • Australian Susan Leslie O’Brien, 49, is accused of killing a scooter rider in Bali
  • Indonesian police claim the Sydney woman was driving a Suzuki without licence
  • Local man Rizki Akbar, 19, died at the scene after suffering horrific injuries 

An Australian woman has been accused of killing a scooter rider in Bali.   

Susan Leslie O’Brien, 49, from Sydney, was driving a Suzuki on the western most tip of Bali, in Jembrana, when she allegedly collided with a 19-year-old Indonesian man.

Police allege O’Brien was overtaking a truck when she collided with Rizki Akbar Putra, who was riding a scooter. 

Mr Akbar, who was wearing a helmet, suffered severe injuries and died at the scene.

Indonesian police claim O’Brien does not have a licence.

Susan Leslie O’Brien, 49, from Sydney, was driving a Suzuki on the western most tip of Bali, in Jembrana, when she allegedly collided with a 19-year-old Indonesian man 

A urine test revealed Ms O’Brien was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  

The road was said to be in good condition and flat. 

O’Brien is in custody and faces a maximum of six years in prison if found guilty.

Police allege O'Brien was overtaking a truck when she collided with Rizki Akbar Putra, who was riding a scooter

Police allege O’Brien was overtaking a truck when she collided with Rizki Akbar Putra, who was riding a scooter 

O'Brien is in custody and faces a maximum of six years in prison if found guilty

O’Brien is in custody and faces a maximum of six years in prison if found guilty 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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