A woman from Queensland says the triple operator has forgiven her about the truck crash and is worried that it might cost the driver's life.
A retired nurse, Michelle Murray, says she and her family woke up on Tuesday at 11:00 PM when their house hit the Logan highway in Tanah Merah.
She said that she looked out the window looking for a place of catastrophe, while her neighbors searched her and searched her. But they did not find anything.
The next day, at six o'clock in the morning, Mrs. Murray began to search and finally found the broken wrecks of the truck that had left the elevated section of the highway, landing in a place that was difficult to see.
Mrs. Murray says she immediately called three times zero to report what she found, but it looks like no one has been sent to investigate.
The police presented different versions of the time they arrived at the scene.
Acting senior Sergeant Benjamin Reeve told reporters that the police "will be present" at 9.30 on Wednesday.
But the police media unit issued a statement that the officers learned about the accident from the passer-by only at 10.40 in the morning.
Anyway, a few hours after Mrs. Murray said she called three times zero at 6:08.
Mrs. Murray wants answers about what has been done with the information she has provided and intends to make a formal complaint to the police.
He fears that a slow reaction could cost the driver's life.
The police found the 57-year-old body in the wreck.
"I am shocked and terrified at how people can just shoot something so serious that they require life," ABC said on the radio.
AAP was looking for a comment from the police.
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