Toyota engine engine crash: The victim was in ‘shock’ as she tried to revive her car

Posted April 18, 2018 08:02:40 A Toyota Corolla that crashed into a utility pole and into a home in Brisbane’s west has left a woman “shocked and confused” after she attempted to revive the car that she was sitting in.

Key points:Police are still investigating the cause of the Toyota Corollas accident at the West End area in BrisbaneThe woman suffered “minor” injuries, but has since been released from hospitalThe driver of the vehicle has been charged with dangerous drivingPolice are investigating after the car was involved in a collision with a utility poles and a house in the West East Brisbane suburb of Eastglen.

The Toyota Corolax was travelling northbound on Westglen Road when it hit the utility pole about 11:15am on Sunday.

“The driver was in shock and confused, he tried to get the vehicle out of the way of the utility poles.

He was then able to pull the vehicle over,” Queensland Police Service Assistant Commissioner Michael Meehan said.”

He was able to retrieve the vehicle and get out of it.

The driver was taken to hospital for minor injuries.

The victim has since had minor injuries but has been released to her family.

It is too early to say if there is any damage or whether this is a serious incident or not,” Mr Meeham said. “

We are still working to determine the cause.

It is too early to say if there is any damage or whether this is a serious incident or not,” Mr Meeham said.

The woman, who has not been named, suffered “some minor injuries”, police said.

It was unclear how long the vehicle remained in the ditch and if there were any other vehicles involved in the crash.

Police said the driver was not injured in the collision.

“This is a tragic accident and the driver has been taken to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital for further assessment,” Mr Clements said.

Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the crash to contact Crime Stoppers.