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GRIEVING families of war veterans who have taken their own lives say their loved ones might still be alive today if they’d received adequate support from authorities. A MAN’S shallow and sick fantasies drove him to brutally kill his wife after she suffered through years of torture. YARLOOP has been reopened seven months after a bushfire nearly destroyed the historic town in WA’s South West. SHRINKING interest rates have hurt retirees’ incomes, and pension means testing rules are adding to the financial stress. REALITY TV shows make jobs like chefs, builders, real estate agents and designers look glamorous and fun. SCENE: Flowers were left on the side of the Pacific Motorway at Coomera where five young people were killed early yesterday morning. A MOTHER has told of her desperate phone calls to the young victims of yesterday's horror crash on the Gold Coast as they lay dead in the wreckage of a broken-down car they had been sitting in while waiting to be towed. A memorial has been held among family and friends of the five people who died in a Qld car accident.

VICTIMS: Kody Williams, Tiana Williams, Allan Sullivan and Natasha Maggs were travelling in the same car. TRIBUTE: Family and friends of the five people killed in yesterday's horror accident gather at the crash site to pay their respects. AFTERMATH: Five people were killed in this fiery fatal crash on the M1 at Coomera early yesterday morning. A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. 0 PRINT Use this content Maroochydore unit fire Active Shooter Response Plan Hear and Say Centre's Loud Shirt Day. The couple died when their Toyota Rav 4 collided with a B-double truck as they pulled out of Bowen Rd on to Steve Irwin Way. The truck, which was travelling south, was seen to veer into the northbound lane, striking a second car and narrowly avoiding another before rolling on its side about 2pm.
A group of Glasshouse Mountains residents who witnessed the crash said the scene was too common.
Matilda Fruit Shed owner Michael Topfer, whose business sits on the corner of Steve Irwin Way and Bowen Rd, said he was surprised more people had not been killed at the notorious intersection.

Scene of a double fatal crash along Steve Irwin Way, Glasshouse Mountains, involving three cars and a truck.
But North Coast Traffic regional co-ordinator Steve Maney said the intersection could not be blamed for the deaths. Steve Irwin Way was blocked for several hours while emergency services cleared debris spread over 200m. His 83-year-old female passenger, believed to be his wife, died before she could be airlifted to hospital by the AGL Action Rescue Helicopter.
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