Posted October 11, 2018 10:07:55We’ve been hearing about an air ambulance being deployed to the scene of an emergency in the state of New South Wales.
The ambulance has not been deployed yet, however.
We will be bringing you the latest as we learn more.
As of now, the only information we have is that the air ambulance is in a medical tent at the scene and that there are no patients in the area.
It is not clear what, if any, protocol has been followed by the air ambulances, and what the conditions of the area are at this point.
The air ambulance was first reported by ABC News.
The BRD Air Ambulances says it has responded to the emergency at the site of the accident.
The BRAQ Air Ambulsary has been contacted for comment.
The incident happened on Saturday afternoon when an air truck was traveling westbound on the road.
The truck went through the gate of the road, and hit a tree and then a car on the opposite side of the street.
The truck continued northbound, where it crashed into a house and into the rear of a car.
The driver of the truck, a 50-year-old man, was pronounced dead at the crash scene.
The car was taken to the Royal Hobart Hospital for treatment of minor injuries, and the front passenger, a 27-year old man, has since been discharged.
Brunswick Police say the driver of that car has been arrested, and it is unclear if any charges will be laid.