Police calling for dashcam footage after truck and bike crash in Broadbeach

UPDATE @ May 26 | Investigators are calling for help from the public as they continue investigating a serious crash in Broadbeach yesterday.

A 32-year-old woman suffered significant injuries to her leg and abdomen when she was hit by a prime mover while riding her bike near The Star Casino just before 1.00 pm.

Preliminary inquiries suggest that both the bike and the truck were travelling north along the Gold Coast Highway, when the truck went to turn into Casino Drive.


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The woman was taken to hospital in a critical condition, where she remains this morning.

While the truck driver, a 42-year-old, was not injured.

Police are now calling for anyone with dashcam vision or any further information to come forward.

Investigations are continuing.

EARLIER @ 1.15 PM, May 25 | A woman has been left in a serious condition with significant injuries after she was hit by a truck while riding her bike in Broadbeach.

Paramedics, including critical care and the high acuity response unit, were called to the scene along Casino Drive just after 12.30 pm.

On arrival, crews assessed the woman in her 30s for multiple injuries to the head, pelvis and lower limbs, which have been deemed significant.

She was transported in a serious condition to the Gold Coast University Hospital just after 1.00 pm.

No other injuries were reported.

Queensland Police are also on scene, and have warned motorists in the area of traffic delays.

“Gold Coast Highway northbound at the intersection of T E Peters Drive and Casino Drive are all affected,” QPS tweeted.

“Motorists are urged to use alternate routes where possible.”

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This was my wife, if anyone had any footage of this accident please come forth I beg you. Her name is Angela and she’s a beautiful girl with a husband and newborn bub that need her. Please.

Last edited 23 days ago by Harley Stewart