IS THIS YOU?: Police are hoping to speak to the driver of this vehicle in relation to a crash at the Eight Mile intersection last week that left two people dead.
IS THIS YOU?: Police are hoping to speak to the driver of this vehicle in relation to a crash at the Eight Mile intersection last week that left two people dead.

Police seeking to shed light on fatal collision

POLICE are hoping to speak to the driver of this red vehicle, in relation to the fatal crash at the Eight Mile intersection last week.

Former Toowoomba footballer Jaydon Adams and Toowoomba woman Samantha Lee Burgess both died at the scene shortly after the vehicle they were travelling in collided with a truck last Monday morning.

Twenty-six-year-old Ms Burgess was driving herself and Mr Adams to Warwick for work when the crash occurred.

The truck driver, a 55-year-old man, sustained minor injuries.

The tragic crash has resulted in an outpouring of grief in the community, with many calling for a fix to the deadly crossroads.

A police media spokeswoman said the make and model of the car of interest is unknown, but it was confirmed to be a red sedan.

Police are encouraging anyone with information to phone the Warwick station on 4660 4444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Alternatively, people can visit crimestoppers.com.au, 24 hours a day.



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