Serious crash Kippa-Ring

Published 7:36am 22 September 2023

Serious crash Kippa-Ring
Words by Kylie Knight

UPDATE: 10.30am

Police have located the 27-year-old male driver who allegedly fled the scene of a fatal traffic crash at Kippa Ring this morning.

Around 6.55am today police were called to the intersection of Anzac Ave and Oleander St after a Holden Commodore utility collided with a Suzuki Swift.

Two women in the Suzuki Swift were seriously injured. The 72-year-old female driver passed away at the scene. The female passenger in the vehicle was transported to hospital with serious injuries.

The male driver of the Holden Commodore utility allegedly fled the scene on foot. He was located by police in a drain 4km from the scene around 9am.

Police investigations have established the utility was allegedly stolen from a Stafford address between September 18 and September 19.

Officers from the Forensic Crash Unit and detectives from Redcliffe are investigating the incident.

Anyone who witnessed the crash or has dashcam of the incident is urged to contact police.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at

Quote this reference number: QP2301580819


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