A man has been charged with numerous offences after a serious crash in East Gosford in June.
About 1.45pm on June 20, 2015, a Holden Commodore utility being driven by a 23-year-old man was travelling west on the Central Coast Hwy, Gosford, when police allege he collided with the rear of a Holden Cruz approximately three times.
The Commodore utility then overtook the Cruz before allegedly weaving in and out of traffic, losing control and colliding with a Holden Commodore that was travelling east.
The Commodore utility continued travelling east and hit an oncoming Subaru Forrester. A Mazda Protégé also travelling east then collided with the rear of the Subaru Forrester.
The 57-year-old male driver of the Protégé received serious injuries and was airlifted to Royal North Shore Hospital. Police from Traffic and Highway Patrol Command’s Crash Unit commenced an investigation.
On Saturday, October 3, 2015 the 23-year-old Commodore utility driver was issued a Future Court Attendance Notice for eight offences, including: dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm; cause bodily harm by misconduct (x2); negligent driving occasioning grievous bodily harm; drive manner dangerous; obtain driver licence by false statement; and negligent driving. He is due to appear at Gosford Local Court on November 24, 2015.
Media release, Oct 9, 2015
NSW Police media