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Cranbrook police appealing for information or footage on Frankland River crash

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Tuesday’s crash scene in Frankland River.
Camera IconTuesday’s crash scene in Frankland River. Credit: Cranbrook police

Police are urging members of the community with information or dash-cam footage involving a crash in Frankland River on Tuesday to contact Cranbrook police.

The crash happened on Frankland-Kojonup Road near Bokerup Road in Frankland River.

The man in his late 40s was discovered by police on Wednesday morning after a passer-by noticed the vehicle about 5.45am and called triple-0.

Cranbrook police are investigating the incident.

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St John and police attended the scene, and the man was flown to Royal Perth Hospital by the RAC Rescue Helicopter.

The man remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition.

Cranbrook police are seeking information or dash-cam footage in relation to a road crash on Tuesday.
Camera IconCranbrook police are seeking information or dash-cam footage in relation to a road crash on Tuesday. Credit: Cranbrook Police
Emergency services at the accident scene.
Camera IconEmergency services at the accident scene. Credit: Cranbrook police

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