A special investigation team has begun to piece together the events that led up to a horrific crash during a police pursuit near Newcastle.
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The trial will continue tomorrow.
A special investigation team has begun to piece together the events leading up to a horrific crash Seven people were treated in hospital, including an innocent couple involved in the collision.
Ashlea Brown reports from Maitland.
A trail of destruction remains at the crash site.
It is believed the blue, dark could this mound and careered into the path of a Ford station wagon travelling along the road.
It was a 100 kilometre and our speeds.
Five patients are in stable condition in hospital with a range of injuries.
Police have been tightlipped about what happened yesterday afternoon.
There is a critical investigation team which has been formed and will be looking at all the matters that has been formed and will be looking at all the matters that led up to the incident yesterday and the aftermath.
That team will also have a review in place and we will wait for the final report and see that those recommendations are.
The family of the unlicensed driver who was being pursued by police, Anthony Barker, see officers should not have been chasing him, even though he was disqualified from driving and failed to stop.
It disqualified from driving and failed to stop.
It has reignited the debate about police pursuits.
My uncle had his leg amputated last night.
He is not doing very well.
He was really depressed.
He has said he does not want to live any more, which makes it really hard for the rest of the family, who care about him.
The officer who was behind the field during the pursuit as 26 years of experience in the force.
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