Scott Morrison Car Accident: Since morning we are hearing only the accident news. One more accident news has been reported and this time the accident involved the security car of the Prime Minister. As per the latest report, the security car of the Prime Minister engaged in a crash in Tasmania at the time of the election campaign. Members of Scott Morrison’s security information were instantly taken to the hospital for assessment after the fatal crash. In the reports, it is mentioned that 3 of the security personnel of the prime minister who was engaged in a car crash in Tasmania have been discharged from hospital. Follow More Update On

Scott Morrison Car Accident

Scott Morrison Car Accident

The crash engaged the security to follow the vehicle of Scott Morrison that happened near Elizabeth Town, southeast of Devonport, on Thursday. Two Federal Police officers and two Tasmania Police officers from the security detail who were in the vehicle were instantly taken to the hospital for assessment. 3 of the officers have since left the hospital. Morrison stated in a statement on Friday that “While one of the AFP officers has now been discharged, the other is getting further treatment.”

The statement further added, “I am pleased that the 2 Tasmania Police Officers are doing well and have been discharged from hospital. Jen and my prayers are with all the officers and their families for their entire recovery.”

Scott Morrison Talks After Two-Vehicle Crash That Left Security Detail Members Wounded  

The prime minister was not injured and was not engaged in the accident. Mr. Morrison stated in a statement that he was relieved the officers engaged in the crash had all been safely transferred to a hospital in order to get the treatment. Mr. Morrison stated, “We have all got to know each other over the years. They are selfless, professional, and amazingly generous. I hope to hear further good news about their conditions.”

Anthony Albanese, the opposition leader also wished the officers engaged a speedy recovery, encouraging them for their “fantastic work”. Tasmania Police stated it is probing the 2-vehicle crash on the Bass Highway close to Elizabeth Town and have called for any witnesses to come forward. “The crash engaged an unmarked police car and a Mitsubishi Triton, which were both traveling west between Latrobe and Deloraine.

“Circumstances surrounding the crash are being probed, though the first inquiries point out that the Triton has collided with the rear of the police automobile while trying to merge. 4 police officers (a man and a lady from AFP, and 2 men from Tasmania Police) got non-life-menacing wounds after their vehicle rolled down an embankment.


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