Birmingham news Bride, 29, killed in golf buggy accident on honeymoon with husband PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - 29 year old Marina Morgan died when her and new husband Robbie's buggy overturned.

Birmingham news Bride, 29, killed in golf buggy accident on honeymoon with husband PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - 29 year old Marina Morgan died when her and new husband Robbie's buggy overturned.

Birmingham news  Bride, 29, killed in golf buggy accident on honeymoon with husband PremierLeague-News.Com
22 June 2022 - 08:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A newlywed bride has been killed in a horror golf buggy accident while on her honeymoon with her husband. 29 year old Marina Morgan died when her and new husband Robbie's buggy overturned. Mr Morgan was not injured. Tragically, Marina died at the scene of the incident, which unfolded in Queensland in Australia after they married a week previously. Queensland Police Inspector Anthony Cowan said: “It was just a tragic accident with a golf buggy. There may have been some inexperience driving those type of vehicles while turning it has rolled on its side and the woman has fallen out and sustained life-threatening injuries.” READ MOREBritish holidaymakers urged to avoid flying on certain days amid airport chaos “It just appears inexperience in driving that type of vehicle, turned too quick and rolled on its side and unfortunately, it has ended up with this result.” He added: “It appears there was no seatbelt worn at this point in time; we come back to the Fatal Five but now is not the time to dwell on what they should have done.

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. No collision, no other vehicles involved and no indication of dangerous driving or alcohol,” he said. The venue also issued a statement. “Hamilton Island can confirm there was a serious single vehicle incident involving a golf buggy yesterday afternoon which tragically resulted in the death of a 29-year old woman,” the statement read. “Our deepest thoughts and condolences are with the family and friends of the woman involved in this tragic incident. Golf buggies are required to be operated in accordance with Queensland Road rules and requirements on Hamilton Island. Our highest priority is the safety and wellbeing of our guests, residents and staff and we are working closely with Queensland Police to investigate the incident.” Read More Related Articles Harvester axes salad bar due to Cost of Living crisis Read More Related Articles UK turns red on weather map as 28C heatwave hits with exact dates confirmed Stay up to date with all the latest news and opinion on days out, nights out, shopping and plenty more with our Daily What's On Email update newsletter - and it's completely free.

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