Two individuals have kicked the bucket after a tree fell on their vehicle at the Daylight Coast on Saturday.
Police say a 20-year-elderly person and a 80-year-elderly person were going on Old Gympie Street at the Glasshouse Mountains when their car was squashed by the falling tree after late morning.
Firemen assisted with cutting the two individuals from their vehicle, yet they kicked the bucket at the scene.
Their demises bring the state’s street cost to 298 this year.
It’s the most awful on record starting around 2009, when Queensland recorded 331 yearly street passings.
Ten individuals were taken to clinic following a different accident at Buderim on the Daylight Coast on Saturday evening.
Four individuals were cut from their vehicles after a six-vehicle heap onto Mooloolaba Street.
All were taken to clinic in stable circumstances.