Pedestrians Hit By Car At Adelaide Airport
At 5.15pm on Monday 6 August, a man driving a Toyota sedan mounted the walkway at the entrance of the passenger
Two men and a boy were struck before the driver collided with several other cars and came to a rest. Initial reports suggest the incident may have been medical related, but the investigation by police is ongoing.
The two pedestrians, a 40-year-old from Banksia Park and a 63-year-old from New South Wales and the driver, a 79-year-old from Ridgehaven were taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital while the child, an 8-year-old from Banksia Park, was taken to the Women's and Children's Hospital. No one suffered life-threatening injuries.
Sir Richard Williams Avenue was closed for some time but has now reopened to all traffic.