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Man in custody after allegedly fleeing the scene following fatal crash with Uber

Matt Shrivell
The Nightly
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The crash occurred on the corner of Boundary Rd and Progress Rd in Wacol on May 28.
The crash occurred on the corner of Boundary Rd and Progress Rd in Wacol on May 28. Credit: 7NEWS

A man involved in a fatal car accident with an Uber ride-share vehicle has turned himself in to police a week after allegedly fleeing the scene.

Queensland Police took the man into custody after the accident occurred in Wacol on Tuesday, May 28.

At approximately 2.15am, a Ford Mondeo and Toyota Camry crashed at the intersection of Boundary Road and Progress Road.

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The Camry had been engaged as an Uber transport before the collision occurred killing the passenger who has since been identified as 30-year-old Ryan Grafton.

Ryan Grafton has been identified as the Uber passenger killed in a Brisbane hit-and-run.
Ryan Grafton has been identified as the Uber passenger killed in a Brisbane hit-and-run. Credit: Facebook

Another passenger in the Uber car, a 26-year-old woman, and the driver were rushed to hospital following the crash.

In a statement, Queensland police said a 28-year-old Goodna man had presented to Acacia Ridge police without incident on June 3.

No charges have been laid in relation to the crash as of Tuesday morning, with police continuing their investigation into the incident.

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