Death of teenager 'preventable', police 'utterly failed' during chase, inquest hears

Death of teenager 'preventable', police 'utterly failed' during chase, inquest hears

Death of teenager 'preventable', police 'utterly failed' during chase, inquest hears The death of teenager, killed in a high-speed police chase on the Gold Coast, could have been prevented had police complied with their own pursuit policies, an inquest has found. Key points: - Logan Dreier died in hospital after crashing a stolen car on the Gold Coast in 2019 - A Coroner's report found police failed to comply with QPS pursuit policies - The Coroner recommends regular pursuit training for all officers Logan Dreier, 18, died after crashing a stolen ute at Southport in August 2019. Deputy State Coroner Jane Bentley told the Queensland Coroner's Court the death of Mr Dreier "would in all likelihood not have occurred" had police "complied" with Queensland Police Service (QPS) pursuit policies. Ms …
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