A 17-year-old woman has been charged following the deadly crash which killed a younger motorcyclist in Townsville.
Jennifer Board, 22, had simply completed a bunch journey when she collided with a Holden Statesman sedan that was allegedly chasing a stolen automotive on Ross River Street, Thuringowa Central on Friday evening.
She died after being thrown from her bike.
The 17-year-old Aitkenvale woman was arrested on Sunday morning. Police will allege she was a passenger of the stolen Hyundai sedan.
She has been charged with 5 counts of illegal use of a motorized vehicle and one rely of stealing.
She has been denied bail and is anticipated to look in Townsville Youngsters’s Courtroom on Monday.
Investigations into to crash are on going.
Officers are interesting for anybody who might have info concerning the crash to contact police.
Civilian automotive chase
Police allege the Holden Statesman was “aggressively” following a stolen Hyundai sedan when it clipped the again of the automotive and spun uncontrolled.
The collision allegedly precipitated the automotive of “vigilantes” to cross onto the unsuitable facet of the street earlier than hitting and killing Jennifer.
The occupants of the stolen automotive fled the scene, and the car was later situated deserted in Garbutt, nevertheless, its occupants stay on the run.
The three individuals travelling in the Holden Statesman have been taken to hospital with minor accidents and have been questioned by police.