Three men are dead after their vehicle slammed into trees at high speed near Bundaberg in southern Queensland.
The 62-year-old driver was not injured.
Forensic crash officers returned to the scene this morning to complete the investigation.
The accident happened at Bucca near Bundaberg on Saturday night and represents seven more deaths than past year.
Police said the crash happened about 7pm when the driver lost control at the intersection of Birthamba Road and Bishop Drive in Bucca, about 25 kilometres west of Bundaberg.
Sgt Webb said the driver lost control of the auto as he tried to negotiate a bend, crashing into the trees near the intersection of Birthamba Road and Bishop Drive, killing all three instantly.
In Brisbane, a 14-year-old boy is being treated for serious inquires at Lady Cilento Children's Hospital after being airlifted from Bundaberg after a serious crash on Friday afternoon.
The four deaths bring Queensland's 2016 road toll to 242.
A 39-year-old man was fighting for life after rolling his ute at Home Hill, south of Townsville.