Drunk Driver in Gympie Allegedly Mowed Down a Couple Leaving One In Coma And Another Injured

Drunk Driver in Gympie Allegedly Mowed Down a Couple Leaving One In Coma And Another Injured

According to reports, a drunk driver in Gympie allegedly mowed down a couple, leaving the woman in a coma and her husband injured.

According to police reports, Carla and Brett Benson were walking along Sorensen Rd around 10pm on Monday when they engaged in a “altercation” with an unidentified man.

In a disturbing incident, a couple from Queensland was allegedly mowed down while they were out walking their dogs. A video capturing the incident has been released and is available for viewing above.

According to reports, the man allegedly entered a vehicle and intentionally drove it towards the couple, resulting in accusations against him.

According to reports, he left the scene without providing any assistance to them.

In a recent incident, 32-year-old Carla Benson was transported via airlift to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital due to severe injuries.

According to her family, she has been in a coma since the incident, while her husband Brett sustained a leg injury.

According to the couple’s niece, Karissa Benson, who shared the information on GoFundMe with permission from the family, Carla’s recovery process is expected to be lengthy, with the next few days being particularly crucial.

According to the source, the individual’s uncle has suffered a broken leg, rendering him unable to work and adding to the already difficult situation.

Reportedly, Karrisa Benson has stated that one of the dogs belonging to the couple, Chopper, sustained injuries during the incident and is currently unaccounted for.

According to sources, the family is expressing concern that their dog may have passed away due to the injuries it sustained.

According to reports, a 34-year-old man, who is believed to be the driver in question, turned himself in to the police at approximately midnight on Monday.

According to reports, the individual in question was discovered to have a blood-alcohol level of 0.072 during a breath test, which exceeds the legal limit of 0.05.

The individual in question is facing charges of both attempted murder and drink-driving, with two counts of the former being brought against him.

According to reports, the man is facing accusations of both wilful damage and failing to remain at the scene of an incident.

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