Desperate search underway for missing boy, 12, after two adults and dead dead in the OutbackThree people have found dead in the OutbackEmergency services were called 300km north- west or Alice SpringsBodies of two adults and child were discovered, and a 12-year-old boy is missing By
Australian Associated Press
Ben Hill For Daily Mail Australia
02:04 EST, 7 November 2018
21:36 EST, 7 November 2018
Three people have been found dead in the Outback – as a desperate search begins for a 12-year-old boy. Emergency services were called on Jarra Jarra Access Road, 300km north-west or Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The bodies of two adults and children were found to be suspicious.
The alarm was raised by Aboriginal health clinic at Willowra (pictured) just before 12.30pm on WednesdayIt is believed a 12-year-old boy was also a passenger in the vehicle but he has not been found.The alarm was by a man at Aboriginal health clinic at Willowra just before 12.30pm on Wednesday. The issues were thought up. "One of the avenues of inquiry that we 'looking at is like people walked away from duty and that,' duty superintendent Sean GIll told the NT News. Duty Supt Gill said the two of us had died several days ago. The Northern Territory road toll now stands at 49 compared to 26 for the same period last year. Four people were killed and hospitalized after a single-vehicle rollover on the Kakadu Highway, south of Darwin, last month.
It is believed a 12-year-old boy was also a passenger in the vehicle but he has not found it (stock image)
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