Cops appeal for footage & details after major Cranbrook crash seriously injured two people
Kojonup police are appealing for witnesses and footage of a vehicle that rolled on January 3 seriously injuring two people.
A man and a woman, both Italian nationals travelling around Australia, were travelling down Albany Highway on January 3 when their Toyota Prado rolled, south of the intersection with Rockwell Road.
The incident was reported about 11am and crews from St John, Mt Barker volunteer fire and rescue, and police attended.
The male driver in his 20s sustained lacerations to his head while the female passenger in her 30s sustained injuries to her hand and foot.
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The couple were taken to Albany Health Campus where they were treated for serious injuries.
The pair remain in hospital and are in a stable condition.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the incident or have footage of the crash to contact police or submit footage at https://rb.gy/4fv87y.
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