Three properties raided in fatal truck crash investigation

5/05/2020 11:28:00 PM

Three Sydney properties linked to the trucking company that employed the driver who allegedly killed four police officers in a Melbourne freeway crash have been raided.

Three Sydney properties linked to the trucking company that employed the driver who allegedly killed four police officers in a Melbourne freeway crash have been raided. 9News

Three Sydney properties linked to the trucking company that employed the driver who allegedly killed four police officers in a Melbourne freeway crash have been raided.

The homes are linked to two of the company's managers, 9News has confirmed.The raid follows the deadly Eastern Freeway crash in Melbourne.(Nine)Police raid trucking company in Sydney.(Nine)Premises linked to the company in Croydon and Frankston in Melbourne were searched on Saturday.

Leading Senior Constable Lynnette Taylor, Senior Constable Kevin King, Constable Glen Humphris and Constable Joshua Prestney were killed on duty while they were impounding a Porsche on the Eastern Freeway at Kew on April 22.Funerals for the four officers have been held in the past week.

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The homes are linked to two of the company's managers, 9News has confirmed. The raid follows the deadly Eastern Freeway crash in Melbourne. Jetstar jets grounded at Sydney Airport. (Nine) Police raid trucking company in Sydney.” Staff and students who are identified as a close contact will be contacted and advised they should self-isolate for the required period of time, with further advice provided on Tuesday about when the school would resume on-site learning, it said. (Nine) Premises linked to the company in Croydon and Frankston in Melbourne were searched on Saturday. Credit: James Brickwood Qantas' domestic flying has been reduced to 5 per cent of its pre-pandemic levels, and Mr Joyce said on while there was "light at the end of the tunnel" in the form of domestic travel restrictions easing and a possible trans-Tasman "bubble", the recovery would be gradual. Leading Senior Constable Lynnette Taylor, Senior Constable Kevin King, Constable Glen Humphris and Constable Joshua Prestney were killed on duty while they were impounding a Porsche on the Eastern Freeway at Kew on April 22.5 million to Carriageworks.

Funerals for the four officers have been held in the past week. Advertisement “On Melbourne-Sydney you could see Jetstar have $39 airfares, you could see $19 airfares and we’ll still cover our cash costs on those flights," he said following an investor update. There are now 63 infections linked to the facility including 26 staff members and 37 residents. Mohinder Singh, the truck driver accused of killing the four officers in the horror crash, appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court last week charged with culpable driving causing the deaths. Related . “We do think there is a huge potential for Project Sunrise but the time is not right now given the impact on world travel," Mr Joyce said.