April 6, 2024

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A harrowing hit-and-run incident in Browns Plains, Logan, has left a 30-year-old man with serious injuries, sparking an intense search for the driver responsible.

Incident Details
In the early hours of Saturday, the man was reportedly struck from behind by a grey or silver-colored 4WD on Browns Plains Rd. The vehicle did not stop, fleeing the scene and leaving the victim critically injured.

Victim’s Condition
Initially in critical condition, the man’s status has improved to serious but stable, yet he remains under intensive care at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, where he’s receiving treatment for his injuries.

Investigation and Charges
Authorities have launched a thorough investigation into the hit-and-run. A 27-year-old Kuraby man has been charged in relation to the incident and is set to appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Court. However, the search continues for more information to clarify the sequence of events.

Public Appeal
Police are appealing to the public for any witnesses or individuals with relevant information or dashcam footage to come forward. This vital evidence could help piece together the circumstances surrounding the incident and aid in the ongoing investigation.

Community Impact
This unsettling event has caused concern within the Browns Plains community, highlighting the need for road safety awareness and vigilance in reporting suspicious activities to prevent such incidents.

As the victim recovers, the community’s support and cooperation with law enforcement are crucial in gathering information that could lead to a resolution in this case. The authorities are committed to ensuring road safety and justice for the affected individual and his family.