Police are investigating following a serious crash near Goulburn today.
About 12.40pm (Monday 13 June 2016), emergency services were called to The Hume Highway Bypass, south of Goulburn, following reports of a single-vehicle crash.
Police have been told a Toyota Land Cruiser towing a caravan was travelling south when it hit a guardrail and rolled.
The four occupants of the Toyota – the male driver, female passenger and two boys – aged six-weeks-old and four – were injured.
The female passenger sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to Canberra Hospital.
The six-week-old boy was taken to Canberra Hospital by NSW Ambulance Paramedics in a serious but stable condition.
The male driver and four-year-old boy received minor injuries and were treated at the scene.
All southbound lanes on the Hume Highway are closed while police from the Crash Investigation Unit conduct inquiries into the incident.
Traffic diversions are in place.
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Police have charged a man with several offences after he drove a vehicle with only three tyres along the M1 Freeway on the Central Coast overnight.
About 10pm on Sunday 12 June 2016 police were alerted to a white Mitsubishi Magna travelling in the north bound lanes of the M1 Freeway.
The vehicle was observed to have a flat rear, nearside tyre and was travelling on the rim.
Officers stopped the vehicle three kilometres north of the Morisset exit as the driver attempted to continue north at approximately 100km/h.
As the vehicle stopped, the male driver fled on foot, into scrub on the median strip.
Following a short foot pursuit he was arrested.
The man was subjected to a roadside breath test which he failed, and was then conveyed to Belmont Police Station.
Police will allege that the man failed to provide an adequate sample during a breath analysis.
The 31-year-old man was subsequently charged with driving in a manner dangerous, drive whilst disqualified, resist arrest, fail to undertake a breath analysis and four outstanding warrants.
He was refused bail to appear at Newcastle Bail Court today.
ISRAEL CAMERATA JERUSALEM ORCHESTRA
18 SEPTEMBER 1.30PM & 20 SEPTEMBER 7.30PM
Israel’s foremost chamber orchestra, the Israel Camerata Jerusalem Orchestra, featuring acclaimed cellist Zvi Plesser, makes its Australian debut performing two magnificent programs at City Recital Hall this September.
Renowned for its “effortless virtuosity, tight instrumental balances and a broad dynamic palette”(LA Times), founder and conductor Avner Biron has brought the Israel Camerata Jerusalem Orchestra to the highest standard in Israeli musical life, and won worldwide recognition for it.
Based in Israel, Zvi Plesser has appeared as a soloist with some of our time’s leading orchestras and conductors including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Academy of Saint Martin in the Fields under Sir Neville Marriner and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Maestro Sir Simon Rattle.
The programs include Dvořák’s impassioned cello concerto – one of the most magnificent in the repertoire, Ukrainian/Israel composer Mark Koptyman’s landmark works Beyond all this… and Kaddish – inspired by the intricate melodic beauty of Jewish sacred and folk music, Haydn’s joyous Symphony No.85 and the pulse-quickening highly virtuosic Cello Concerto in C major.