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1:35A motorcycle accident has killed four people and injured more than 200 in the past two days, as a string of fatal crashes continues to rock Australia.
The latest accident happened on the NSW border town of Gosford, just outside Sydney, on Friday morning.
The driver was on his way home from work, when the accident happened.
The man’s body was found a short distance away, with two of his children on board.
Police said they had no suspects at this stage.
The police chief in Gosford said he believed the crash was not linked to the road closures, but it was possible there were people driving around with the wrong airbags.
He said that the driver had a faulty airbag, which had malfunctioned.
Mr Trew said the motorcycle was a Honda CBR600RR and the airbags were the same as the ones found in the Honda Accord, which is also involved in the accident.
He had also identified a number of possible contributory factors, including the fact that the car’s airbags had been removed.
The latest motorcycle crash happened in Gosfield, NSW, on June 12.
2:00Mr Trew also identified the driver as a 44-year-old man from Gosford.
He was taken to the Royal Hobart Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, where he was later discharged.
Mr Wylie, the driver’s brother, said he had been looking forward to a reunion with his brother.
“He’s been a really good friend for a long time,” Mr Wyle said.
Mr Wyle had spoken to his brother before he was killed.
He has been devastated by the accident, but he has been able to share his brother’s love of cycling and adventure with others.
A police spokeswoman said the motorcyclist was in a stable condition in hospital.
Police have appealed for anyone with information about the accident to come forward.
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