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Townsville university students among four killed in ‘terrible’ crash – Brisbane Times

The four young people hailed from communities scattered from Upper Mount Gravatt to Townsville. The University offered its “deepest sympathies” to the students’ families.

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Two Townsville university students are among the four young Queenslanders killed when the car they were travelling in seemingly lost control and collided with an oncoming ute in the Gold Coast hinterland on Saturday.
Deeragun resident Lochlan Parker, 20, and 21-year-old Mount Louisa resident Katrina McKeogh, both James Cook University students, died at the scene.
Emerald woman Courtney Smith, 20, also believed to be a JCU student, and 22-year-old Upper Mount Gravatt woman Kirsten Van Gorp were…

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