A broken family with TOMORROW will say goodbye to Leisa Purkis and her beautiful young daughter Emerson.
The couple were the 16th and 17th persons who died in 2001 of fatal 44km away from Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd.
In the last five years, nine people have lost their lives. More than 40 people were seriously injured during this period.
South Kolan and Bundaberg communities continue to double the fears of last week, while RACQ and local lawmaker Stephen Bennett demand a move on the situation of a deadly road.
Bennett wants to conduct a security investigation, while the state's highest engine body calls on state and federal governments to take key upgrades.
Lucinda Ross, a spokesperson for RACQ, said that Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd is one of the few routes to Bundaberg, described as the risk of moderate to high accidents in the new Australian Road Assessment Program (AusRAP) assessment. caused serious injury, hospitalization or death.
According to this analysis, Bundaberg-Miriam Vale Rd, Isis Motorway and Goodwood Rd also have moderate-high risk.
L We call on the State and Federal Governments to buy and deliver low-cost, highly beneficial treatments to make these paths more secure, Ross Ross said.
He said the implementation of security measures, such as removing roadside obstacles, installing security barriers, implementing large center line treatments, and upgrading intersections, would make a big difference.
"These simple, yet highly effective improvements will significantly reduce the risk and severity of those involved, which will increase safety for road users," Ross said.
Bennett said he was more determined than ever to keep the road from falling.
"Statistics are terrible," he said.
"Any death in our paths is too much.
"We want our families, friends and visitors to be safe."
He said that after the deaths of the last week, more action had to be taken to reduce the level of risk on the road.
Gerekiyor A conscious investigation is still underway, but a security investigation that looks all the way, Ben said Bennett.
Southern Stephen Ratcliffe, South Kolan, also published the disappointments of Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd. newsmail Last week, he called the Department of Main Roads to address long-term security issues.
In response to the first questions on road conditions, the department said it had recently conducted a routine inspection and there were no episodes requiring immediate action.
They said the same thing as an answer to Mr. Ratcliffe's concerns.
RACQ and Mr Bennett's call for action, a spokesperson said yesterday's chapter "is investigating potential developments along Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd".
The spokesman also said that if there were any road factors that doubled last week, the department would take action to address them.
As a result of RACQ's latest AusRAP assessment, there have been at least 40 accidents in Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd, causing five deaths and 2013-2017 serious injuries or hospitalizations.
Fatal accidents in Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd since 2013:
Leisa and Emerson Purkis, November 5, 2018
The latest deaths were Leisa and Emerson Purkis, her mother and their daughter, who went to school early last week on Monday with a truck clashing.
Leisa, 46, died at the scene and 12-year-old Emerson was hospitalized in critical condition but died of her injuries.
Son of Leisa and Emerson's brother Flynn, 15, and truck driver escaped from serious injury.
Investigation of the cause of the accident still continues.
Patricia Levi and Kaylene Carter, January 22, 2018
Patricia Levi, a 65-year-old father who was about to welcome another grandson, drove Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd every day for 30 years.
Ms. Levi's car collided with a car led by Kaylene Carter, the 58-year-old South Kolan woman. It was a terrible head accident that killed them both.
James Robertson, 21 November 2015
Mundubbera man James "Jim" Robertson was described as "the country when the country comes".
After leaving the South Kolan Hotel, he tried to cross Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd and suffered critical injuries.
He died on stage.
Identity unknown, 14 December 2014
A 28-year-old man died after his car ran out of the way and hit a tree.
Travis Herschell, 27 May 2014
Travis Herschell, 28, was killed by another car crashing on the wrong side of the road.
The 19-year-old Dylan Jade Cooper, the driver of the other vehicle, was sentenced to 18 months in prison after she found her guilty of the dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing the death.
Since her death, an annual match between Falcons and the Western Barbarians in the Bundaberg arose where they fought for the Travis Herschell Shield.
Fa & # 39; licia Brown, May 25, 2013
Fa & # 39; licia Brown, a driver who gave him his own wheel set, came home from the markets of Gin Gin with his father when the license was too close and lost control.
The car turned around on the roof and landed on the roof. The impact caught the Fa & # 39; licia between the steering wheel and the roof of the car.
His father fought tirelessly to track down the upturned car while watching with the water, but tragically drowned the Faia.
newsmail he could not find details about the ninth death.
Quick facts from Bundaberg-Gin Gin Rd:
Since 2001, 17 people have died on this road.
Of these 17 people, nine died in the last five years.
Four of these deaths were the last doubling of the last year, and another double deadly incident in January.
Since 2013, at least 40 people have been seriously injured or hospitalized.
The road is one of four ways with medium to high risk levels according to RACQ data. Other roads with similar risk levels include the Bundaberg Miriam Vale Rd, the Isis Highway and Goodwood Rd.
Approximately 3950 vehicles are driven on this road every day.