Alleged armed man shot by police at Oxley on Brisbane's westside
A man allegedly wielding a knife has been shot by police after he was involved in a traffic crash at Oxley in Brisbane's south-west, Queensland police say.
It has been alleged the man was involved in a carjacking at Darra.He then allegedly drove the stolen vehicle along Seventeen Mile Rocks Road towards Station Road in Oxley.
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LisanevilleMP QldPolice Why aren’t police using tasers? Alleged? It’s pretty black and white. Don't forget to test the shot armed man for 'covid19', then can loudly declare another person died after testing positive for 'covid19'!
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