#UK Father and Son Killed in car crash on M1 Motorway near Ourimbah Central Coast: NRMA #UKnews
Tragic twist in the demise of father and son who have been killed on busy motorway because it’s revealed they have been ready for the NRMA once they have been hit
- Ewen Jubb, 46, and his son Alex, 14, died in a collision on the M1 on Saturday
- The pair have been ready for the NRMA on a central median strip near Ourimbah
- They have been a part of a ‘personal household’ residing at Coal Point on Lake Macquarie
- Anyone with info or dashcam footage ought to contact Crime Stoppers
Heartbreaking tributes have flowed for a father and son killed in a horror freeway crash which has shaken their local people.
Ewen Jubb, 46, and his son Alex, 14, died on the M1 Motorway near Ourimbah on NSW Central Coast, whereas ready for NRMA roadside help on Saturday.
The pair have been pulled over on the motorway’s centre median strip when a Mitsubishi Challenger hit their Holden Commodore at about 9am.
A father and son have been killed in a freeway crash whereas ready for NRMA roadside help on Saturday morning (pictured, emergency companies on the scene of the collision)
A member of the family informed The Newcastle News that spouse and mom Bernadette Jubb was provided ‘large help and assist from police and different companies’ after the stunning crash.
The household dwell in Coal Point on Lake Macquarie, on Newcastle’s outskirts, the place Ewen labored as a constructing surveyor and Alex attended an area faculty.
‘(They are a) personal, loving and hard-working household,’ the member of the family reportedly stated. ‘The faculty and Alex’s associates had been notified.’
Alex’s academics and associates have been provided counselling to assist address the lack of the younger boy however the faculty is but to place out an official discover to all mother and father as it’s nonetheless ready for household approval.
Officers from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit are nonetheless investigating the accident and have requested for anybody in the world with dashcam footage between 8.15am and 9am to return ahead.
Alex Jubb, 14 (proper) was killed in the M1 collision near Ourimbah, on NSW’s Central Coast, alongside his father Ewen Jubb, 46 (left)
Early studies recommend the SUV misplaced management and veered off the freeway into the daddy and son’s automobile, the SUV driver was unhurt
Initial studies recommend the daddy and son had pulled onto the centre median strip and turn out to be bogged round 9am when the SUV misplaced management and collided with them.
The 27-year-old was unhurt in the crash however was taken to Wyong hospital for a compulsory test up.
An off-duty police officer and a nurse tried to deal with Ewen and Alex on the scene.
Anyone with related info in urged to contact Crime Stoppers.