Crash victim, Year 12 Riverside Christian College graduate, Sharlene Urosevic.
Crash victim, Year 12 Riverside Christian College graduate, Sharlene Urosevic.

Fraser Coast graduate still fighting for life in hospital

A RIVERSIDE Christian College graduate, involved in a serious crash on Saturday, remains in a serious condition.

Sharlene Urosevic suffered serious injuries in the crash at Iveragh on Saturday, the day after she attended her Year 12 formal.

A spokeswoman from Queensland Health said Ms Urosevic's condition remained the same after several days in hospital.

The 18-year-old is being treated at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.

The Burrum River teenager was a passenger in the single-vehicle crash.

Sharlene Urosevic, was critically injured in a crash, has been identified as a student who had just graduated from Riverside Christian College. Sharlene suffered serious injuries in the crash at Iveragh on Saturday, the day after she attended her Year 12 formal. – Photo Supplied
Sharlene Urosevic, was critically injured in a crash, has been identified as a student who had just graduated from Riverside Christian College. Sharlene suffered serious injuries in the crash at Iveragh on Saturday, the day after she attended her Year 12 formal. – Photo Supplied

Preliminary investigations indicate about 10.25am, a Nissan wagon was travelling north along the Bruce Highway when it veered across onto the wrong side of the road before losing control and rolling several times.

Ms Urosevic was taken to Gladstone Base Hospital before being flown to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.

The 18-year-old female driver of the wagon was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Investigators have appealed for anyone who witnessed the crash or any motorists with dashcam travelling on the Bruce Highway at Iveragh between 10am and 10.30am on November 21, to contact police.

The Forensic Crash Unit is investigating.