Attempted murder at Nambour

Police have charged a man with attempted murder after he allegedly deliberately drove his vehicle into two cyclists on the Sunshine Coast, causing serious injuries.

It will be alleged on September 30 at around 10:30am a vehicle stopped at traffic lights at Parklands Boulevard, Little Mountain was rammed from behind by a silver sedan which was then driven away at speed through a red light.

No one sustained serious injury as a result of the crash.

It is further alleged around 10.45am the same silver sedan drove directly into a 20-year-old Pelican Waters man who was riding his bike along the Frizzo Connection Road at Tanawha.

The man was thrown from his bike and suffered deep grazing to most of his body.

The silver sedan continued travelling westbound along the Nambour Connection Road where it allegedly rammed another car at Woombye before swerving deliberately into a 22-year-old male cyclist around 11am.

The cyclist sustained significant injuries as a result of the collision and was transport to Sunshine Coast University Hospital.

The vehicle failed to stop and was driven into Nambour where it crashed into a fence.

A 23-year-old Noosaville man was taken into custody soon after at Coes Creek after he waded into a dam.

He was charged with three counts of dangerous operation of a vehicle and one count each of attempted murder, obstruct police and driver fail to remain at incident and render assistance.

He is due to appear in Maroochydore Magistrates Court today (October 1).

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