Inquest to examine crash

WITH today marking the third anniversary of a horror crash which killed four young people in Warwick in 2008, it has been announced that an inquest will shortly be opened in the Toowoomba Coroners Court.

The inquest into the deaths of Brett McKenzie, Max Thorley, Abigail Ezzy and Nick Nolan – who lost their lives when their car collided with a B-double near the Eight Mile intersection near Warwick – will open at noon on January 20.

No evidence will be heard on that date but the inquest will investigate when and how the four young people died and what caused the fatal collision between the vehicle in which the deceased were travelling and the B-double it collided with.

It will also investigate the identity of the driver of the vehicle the deceased were travelling in as well as the position occupied by the victims in the car at the time of the fatal collision with the truck.


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