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Bruce Highway, Queensland: One twin dies while another is injured in horror smash on major highway


An up-and-coming swimmer and his mother have been hospitalised following an ‘absolutely horrific’ crash that tragically killed his twin brother. 

Austin Edwards-Bland, 12, his brother Stirling and mother Tracy, were struck by another vehicle on the Bruce Highway near Queensland’s Gregory River at about 6:40pm on Sunday. 

The family had been travelling south to their Cannonvale home following a sports carnival in Townsville when a Nissan Patrol travelling north collided with their Toyota RAV4 in the southbound lane.

Stirling died at the scene, while Austin suffered a serious pelvic fracture. 

Austin Edwards-Bland, (left) his brother Stirling (right) and mother Tracy, were struck by another vehicle on the Bruce Highway near Queensland's Gregory River

Austin Edwards-Bland, (left) his brother Stirling (right) and mother Tracy, were struck by another vehicle on the Bruce Highway near Queensland’s Gregory River

The family had been travelling south to their Cannonvale home when a Nissan Patrol travelling north collided with their Toyota RAV4 in the southbound lane

The family had been travelling south to their Cannonvale home when a Nissan Patrol travelling north collided with their Toyota RAV4 in the southbound lane

He and his mother were taken to Proserpine Hospital by ambulance…



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