Teenage teenagers who had stolen a motorcycle and ran away from the cliff to avoid being pursued by the police fell into critical condition.
According to Australia’s 9 News on the 14th (local time), reports were reported that two teenage teenagers had stolen motorcycles and fled from the western part of Sydney. Local police found boys running along Toxtes Road around 1:40 am and started arresting them.
The police pretended to be taking a drinking test and blocked the road, but the boys who noticed it ran off the other way. After a short chase with the police, the two boys were driven to the cliff and threw their motorcycles down the cliff. Then he jumped down over the fence on the edge of the cliff.
Those who fell down the 10m cliff were immediately taken to a nearby hospital. One fell on a rock 2 meters below and suffered only minor injuries, but the other was seriously injured. The boy underwent surgery, but is still known to be in critical condition. In the process of arresting them, a police officer was also injured and treated on the spot. The police said both boys are 17 years old and have not yet prosecuted. He added, “The critical incident team of the regional district Eastern Beach is going to investigate this accident and are currently looking for witnesses.”
So-young Kim, reporter at Donga.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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