Horror crash leaves couple walking their dog dead and several more injured after they were hit by a ‘stolen’ car – as shocking footage emerges of teen driver hitting another car minutes earlier
- Two people are dead after a three car crash in Brisbane’s east on Tuesday
- It’s believed a stolen Toyota Landcruiser smashed into a truck during collision
- Driver, 17, fled the scene before he was arrested nearby and taken to hospital
- Man and woman were out taking their dog for a walk when they were killed
- The driver was allegedly involved in another wild crash just 15 minutes earlier
Two pedestrians have died after a horror crash involving a stolen car in Brisbane.
The collision occurred on Finucane Road in Alexandra Hills in the city’s east around 5.30pm on Tuesday.
An allegedly stolen Toyota Landcruiser was driving dangerously through the intersection on Finucane Road and Vienna Drive when it collided with an oncoming truck, police say.
The Toyota then struck the pedestrians, a man and a woman, who both died at the scene.
The couple were out walking their dog when they were hit. The animal is yet to be found.
Two pedestrians have been killed during a collision in on Finucane Road in Alexandra Hills in the Brisbane’s east around 5.30pm on Tuesday
The 17-year-old driver of the Toyota Landcruiser was allegedly seen in another wild crash just 15 minutes before the deadly collision
The driver allegedly crashed into a silver hatchback just minutes before smashing into the truck in Alexandra Hills
Police say the 17-year-old driver fled the scene before he was arrested nearby and taken to hospital for minor injuries.
Shocking footage shows the same car allegedly involved in a wild crash at an intersection just 15 minutes before the deadly smash.
A young man in sunglasses is seen making gestures out of the window at a set of traffic lights.
The Toyota is seen trying to cut off the hatchback before it smashed into its side
When the lights flash green he drives up the side of the road, cutting off the other vehicle and scraping its side before speeding off into the distance.
Finucane Road will be closed for a long period of time while paramedics and police are at the scene.
A Queensland Ambulance Service spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia ten crews had attended the scene at around 5.44pm on Tuesday.
A man and a woman were treated at the scene for critical injuries but were unable to be saved.
Two adults and a child were also assessed at the scene but were uninjured.
More to follow.