Camperdown Police

  • Male passenger airlifted following two-car collision

    WET and windy conditions led to two accidents near Boorcan last week, including a two-car head-on collision which saw a man airlifted to Melbourne last Friday.

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  • Police top up

    CAMPERDOWN Police welcomed two new members to the fold this week, bringing the station to a full complement of officers.

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  • House crash stuns owners

    TWO residential properties in Camperdown were left damaged on Friday after an out-of-control car ploughed into a fence on one side of the road and then a house on the other.

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  • Rail horror tests services

    More than 100 emergency services personnel were quick on the scene at the Camperdown train station on Saturday to contend with a major collision between a train and a motor vehicle.

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  • Train crash warning issued

    CAMPERDOWN’S railway station will be the scene of carnage tomorrow with the town’s emergency services in full force.

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  • Cup Day collision

    CAMPERDOWN SES personnel used the jaws-of-life to free a local motorist from his vehicle after a collision on Pike Street on Tuesday.

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  • C’mty backs Silver Lining

    CAMPERDOWN community members rolled out the red carpet for a charity bike ride last week.

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  • Mounting rescues on the slopes

    ABOUT 80 emergency services personnel put their skills to the test on Sunday as part of a group training day held at the Mount Leura reserve.

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  • Fog a factor in highway crash

    TWO drivers are lucky to be alive after a collision between a truck and a car at Gnotuk early this morning (Thursday).

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  • Accident ends days on the run

    CAMPERDOWN’S Lachlan Mitchell was apprehended after eight days ‘on the run’ last Friday, after crashing the vehicle he was driving at Weerite.

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