Shannon Noll drags dying girl from NSW automobile crash

Singer Shannon Noll has tried to save lots of a younger girl’s life, dragging her from a burning automobile after he got here throughout a fiery crash on his means dwelling in northern NSW.

The 48-year-old was travelling again to his household property on Saturday night time when he encountered a sedan which had hit a tree and caught on fireplace on a infamous part of street in Ellangowan, 16km south of On line casino.

The automobile was being pushed by 18-year-old Kobi Roberts-Walker, who was travelling together with his 18-year-old girlfriend Jaselle Melrose, lower than 10km from their dwelling at Ellangowan.

The previous Australian Idol singer pulled Miss Melrose from the automobile and carried out CPR, in accordance with The Every day Telegraph.

Emergency companies arrived on the scene at about 8.50pm, nonetheless Miss Melrose was unable to be saved. Mr Roberts-Walker additionally died on the scene.

Talking to The Every day Telegraph concerning the incident, Noll stated: “Final night time was such a tragedy.”

“I simply reacted and did what I might to help the younger girl on the scene,” he stated.

“Our prayers and condolences exit to their households at this terribly unhappy time.”

A volunteer rescue employee who was on the scene stated the singer “heroically” leapt into motion, attempting to drag the younger girl from the flames.

“He’s just about obtained her away from the automobile as a lot as he might and heroically carried out what he might earlier than the police and that arrived,” they advised the newspaper.

It’s understood Mr Roberts-Walker just lately moved to Ellangowan to dwell with Ms Melrose and her household, the Telegraph stories.

Noll and his household moved to a farm in On line casino final 12 months after residing in Sydney.

In a press release, NSW Police stated “officers hooked up to Richmond Police District have initiated an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the crash”.

A report shall be ready for the coroner.

Anybody with data is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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