In Dee Why an out of control truck smashed into eight cars. Six people were hospitalised, one in critical condition.
The truck driver claimed the brakes failed. The fleet of his company, Top Express, was checked and two further trucks failed the inspection.
As a result of the crash, police brought forward their planned operation targeting semi-rigid and rigid trucks, such as the truck that crashed.
They pulled over 21 trucks and 14 failed the inspection, including the two from Top Express.
And a driver allegedly tested positive for methamphetamine. He was given a 24-hour driving ban while the sample was tested.
The problem is that with politicians and business in each others' pockets at the expense of the rest of us, this is just going to keep on happening.