CRASH SCENE: The car hit the gutter, flipped and came to rest in a paddock.
CRASH SCENE: The car hit the gutter, flipped and came to rest in a paddock. Alistair Brightman

Car stolen in Bundy rolls in Hervey Bay

INVESTIGATIONS continue after a car stolen from a Bundaberg address crashed in Hervey Bay on Friday night.

Three people are still at large after the hit and run traffic crash on Boat Harbour Dr, the Bay's main roadway.

The Hervey Bay Criminal Investigation Branch is trying to identify the offenders involved in the crash after they fled the scene.

The car lost control and hit a median strip before crashing into a nearby paddock about 6.45pm on Friday.

The vehicle hit the gutter, flipped and crashed through a chained fence before landing on its roof in the paddock.

 

 

UNDER INVESTIGATION: Emergency workers at the scene of a crash in Hervey Bay involving a car stolen from Bundaberg.
UNDER INVESTIGATION: Emergency workers at the scene of a crash in Hervey Bay involving a car stolen from Bundaberg. Alistair Brightman

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Hervey Bay police officer was assaulted by one of the offenders as they fled the vehicle.

Bundaberg Senior Constable Danielle Loftus confirmed the Ford Falcon in the crash was stolen from a Bundaberg address.

Snr Const Loftus said there were no further updates available and investigations were continuing.

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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