Speed and alcohol believed to be factors in a crash that killed two men and two women just off the Kakadu Highway, about 80 kilometres from Pine Creek in the Northern Territory.
Police were alerted to the crash about 8.15am today, however it is believed the crash may have happened at some time last night.
“Speed and alcohol were definitely factors and it’s rolled multiple times,” NT Police Commander Tony Fuller told 9NEWS.
The occupants of the vehicle were last seen at the Mary River Homestead about 8.30pm yesterday with a silver Nissan X-Trail.
“We’re appealing for anyone who was on the highway last night to contact police or Crimestoppers to help assist us with a bit of a timeline on when the crash happened,” Commander Fuller said.
A 49-year-old woman was later found walking along the road and has been taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Four other people were killed on the Kakadu Highway in two separate crashes at the Easter Long Weekend this year.
The Northern Territory’s road toll is now almost double what it was this time last year, after another fatal crash in the last 24 hours.
A 69-year-old man lost control of his quad bike near Borroloola about 7pm yesterday.
The man was on the Wollogorang Highway with a 20-year-old motorcyclist when the quad bike flipped and rolled onto him, knocking him unconscious.
He was taken to a local clinic, where he later died.
The Territory’s road toll stands at 42, compared for 23 this time last year.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
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