A horror car crash that killed a Queensland mother and her four children may not have been an accident.
Police have revealed they are investigating why there were no skid marks from the vehicle of Charmaine McLeod when her car slammed head first into an oncoming truck on the Bunya Highway near Kumbia, on Monday night.
The horrific accident killed the 35-year-old mother and her children, Aaleyn, six, Matilda, five, Wyatt, four, and Zaidok, two.
Police have also reportedly found evidence at the scene of the crash which prompted specialist officers to be brought into the investigation, although it is not clear what was discovered.
It is also understood police cannot work out why the mother and her children were three hours away from their Eli Waters home, near Hervey Bay, when the crash happened.
The father of the children, and Ms McLeod’s ex-partner James McLeod said there were no friends or family who lived in that area, and he had no idea why they were there at the time of the crash.
Mr McLeod told Daily Mail Australia on Friday that there was a lot about the tragic accident which didn’t add up, but he was waiting for police to get to the bottom of it.
Further details to come…
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