The Australian Police in Victoria have now charged a 33-year-old Rosedale man in connection with the terrible tragedy on Saturday afternoon
A devastated mother said her family was devastated and is calling for justice after her six-year-old daughter was killed when an off-road buggy she was in was turned over.
Officials said a man drove the vehicle on board with five girls and two boys before it rolled into a paddock in Australia.
A six-year-old girl was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries, but unfortunately died as a result of the accident.
Victoria Police have now charged a 33-year-old Rosedale man in connection with the terrible tragedy on Saturday afternoon.
Scott and Yana Stevens are said to have visited family friends’ farm in rural Victoria with their daughter Olivia.
She said she and the other children squeezed herself into the four-seat buggy for the off-road ride before she was killed in the incident.
Speak with The Herald Sun Ms. Stevens said, “The whole family is shaken. I don’t know if we’ll ever be the same The house is quiet without her … I want justice. ”
The tragedy also shocked the entire community, Send online reportsOlivia’s gymnastics teacher Regan McDonald describes the girl as sociable and friendly.
She said, “She was very kind and willing to try anything.
“She had the cutest little laugh and told some really good jokes. It was heartbreaking to hear that she didn’t make it.”
She has been described as a girl who was always happy, had a passion for animals, and loudly “loved cuddling and a story about the night”. the Brisbane times.
Suspected buggy driver Damien Gibson, 33, reportedly appeared on video Monday with his arm in a sling after an injury in front of the Sale Magistrate Court.
Victoria Police said in a statement: “Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives charged a man after a fatal accident involving an off-road buggy in Rosedale Saturday afternoon.
“The 33-year-old Rosedale man has been charged with negligent driving, dangerous driving resulting in death, reckless behavior that endangers life and reckless personal injury.
“The charges follow an incident on a property on Dennison Road shortly after 4pm on September 11th.
“The man is said to have driven the buggy with five girls and two boys on board when it was rolling in a paddock.
“A six-year-old girl was flown to hospital with life-threatening injuries, but unfortunately died of her injuries.
“A four-year-old girl was also flown to the hospital, seriously injured.
“Five other children were examined by paramedics and taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.”