A concrete truck has smashed through multiple cars and crashed into the side of a building at a business in Coopers Plains.
A concrete truck has smashed through multiple cars and crashed into the side of a building at a business in Coopers Plains.

Runaway cement truck leaves trail of destruction

SHOCKING video shows the aftermath of a concrete truck that crashed into several parked cars and hit a building in Coopers Plains this afternoon.

The truck smashed through at least six cars on a business premises, tearing bonnets and ute trays clean off.

 

The truck eventually came to rest against a brick wall, causing extensive damage.
The truck eventually came to rest against a brick wall, causing extensive damage.

The truck eventually came to rest against a brick wall, causing extensive damage.

A police spokeswoman said at the stage its unclear what caused the accident.

Paramedics have rushed the driver to Princess Alexandra Hospital in a stable condition.

It’s understood he was the only one injured in the crash.

Police are on the scene on Boundary Rd, and a forensic crash unit investigation is underway.

 

A concrete truck has smashed through multiple cars and crashed into the side of a building at a business in Coopers Plains.
A concrete truck has smashed through multiple cars and crashed into the side of a building at a business in Coopers Plains.

 

 

 

 

 

The truck driver was the only person injured in the incident.
The truck driver was the only person injured in the incident.
The truck smashed through multiple unoccupied parked cars.
The truck smashed through multiple unoccupied parked cars.


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