Photo of man wanted for questioning over deadly Uber crash released

Photo of man wanted for questioning over deadly Uber crash released

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Police have released a photo and video of a man wanted for questioning over a deadly crash last week that killed an Uber passenger.

Ryan Grafton, 30, died when another car crashed into the ride sharing vehicle he was travelling in about 2.15am last Tuesday.

It’s alleged a man in a stolen car sped through a red light and ploughed into the Uber on Boundary Road at Wacol in Brisbane’s south-west.

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Queensland Police released a photo of Kai Fursey, who they want to speak to about the deadly Wacol Uber crash.

His friend Amelia Vinden, 26, and Uber driver Hussein Ali Mohamed, 46, were both injured in the crash.

Today, police released a photo of Kai Fursey, who they want to speak to about the crash.

There is also video showing a figure running down the street, allegedly fleeing the scene of the fatal crash.

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Queensland Police released a photo of Kai Fursey, who they want to speak to about the deadly Wacol Uber crash.

Grafton’s sister begged Fursey to come forward and hand himself in to police.

“If you have a shred of decency, hand yourself in,” Lauren Bennett said.

” … do the right thing for our family, give us some closure.”

The public is warned not to approach Fursey and instead call police if they see him.

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