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Boy accused of having stolen car with five passengers inside when two boys fight for their lives


Pictured: horror after the accident, when it became known that the 12-year-old boy with FIVE passengers was behind the wheel of a stolen car – and two children are now fighting for their lives.

  • The 12-year-old is said to have crashed a stolen minivan in Townsville, Queensland
  • With five other children, he lost control of the van and rolled onto his roof
  • Two 10-year-old boys have been hospitalized and are in critical condition
  • An 11-year-old girl and three boys between 11 and 14 were also passengers

A 12-year-old boy was accused of crashing a stolen van with five other children. Two 10-year-olds fought for their lives in the hospital.

The 12-year-old is said to have crashed a stolen Toyota Tarago minivan on Ross River Road in Kirwan, Townsville on Wednesday around 7 a.m.

He lost control of the van and rolled onto his roof. Six people between the ages of 10 and 14 were treated by paramedics for injuries at the scene of the accident.

The 12-year-old is said to have crashed a stolen Toyota Taraho minivan (picture) on Ross River Road in Kirwan, Townsville on Wednesday at around 7 a.m.

Two 10-year-old boys were hospitalized in critical condition.

An 11-year-old girl and three boys between 11 and 14 were also in the vehicle at the time of the accident.

The van was reportedly stolen from a neighborhood near the scene of the accident, the ABC reported.

He lost control of the van and rolled onto his roof. Six people between the ages of 10 and 14 were treated for injuries by medics at the scene of the accident (archive picture)

He lost control of the van and rolled onto his roof. Six people between the ages of 10 and 14 were treated for injuries by medics at the scene of the accident (archive picture)

The 12-year-old driver was charged with seven crimes after the accident: three cases of dangerous operation of a vehicle and one case of illegal use of a motor vehicle, entering premises and committing a criminal act by taking a break, preserving spoiled property and driving a motor vehicle without a license.

A 14-year-old boy is treated under the Youth Justice Act, the Queensland police said.

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