On May 13th, a man left a trail of destruction on the Toowoomba Range that saw five people hospitalised as a result of the multi-vehicle crash.
The man faced court yesterday on a number of charges relating to the incident.
As a result, three people were treated for serious while one person had to be cut free from his wrecked ute.
The 28-year-old Woodridge man was apologetic, saying his actions were ‘out of character’.
He has been charged with driving with a relevant drug in his system, driving without a licence as a repeat offender and dangerous operation of a vehicle but has yet to enter a plea.
Magistrate Kay Ryan adjourned the matter to be heard back in the same court on July 24.
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