Major Crash unit investigating Cranbrook crash which left four people seriously injured

Kellie BalaamGreat Southern Herald
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Major Crash investigators are calling for information about a serious crash in Cranbrook that left four people hospitalised.
Camera IconMajor Crash investigators are calling for information about a serious crash in Cranbrook that left four people hospitalised. Credit: Supplied/Supplied

A serious crash near Cranbrook which left four people seriously injured has sparked a Major Crash investigation.

Police say about 9pm on Sunday, a grey Mitsubishi 380 sedan and a white Ford Courier dual cab utility collided 50km south of Kojonup on Albany Highway, just south of Peter Valley Road.

The 65-year-old man who was driving the utility, and his two female passengers, all received serious injuries and were taken to Albany Health Campus.

One of the female passengers was a child.

The 47-year-old male driver of the Mitsubishi was also hospitalised with serious injuries.

Major Crash investigators would like to hear from anyone who saw the crash or saw either vehicle travelling in the area prior to the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Dash-cam or mobile phone footage relating to the crash can be uploaded via this link.

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