DPP still recovering from crash

Written By miftah nugraha on Selasa, 16 April 2013 | 19.55

DIRECTOR of Public Prosecutions Tim Ellis, SC, will not return to work for several months until a police investigation into a fatal road crash is finalised, says Attorney-General Brian Wightman.

Mr Ellis was seriously injured in a road accident on the Midland Highway near Oatlands on March 24 in which a Launceston woman was killed.

He was released from hospital last week.

Mr Wightman said Victorian Coroner Judge Ian Gray had been appointed to conduct the inquest into the death of 27-year-old Natalia Pearn in the crash.

"I have recommended the Governor make this appointment on the advice of the Chief Coroner of Tasmania," Mr Wightman said in a statement.

He said Mr Ellis would not be back at work until he had recovered from his injuries and the police investigation was complete.

"The Director of Public Prosecutions ... has advised that he will not be fit to return to work for several months due to injuries sustained in a recent motor vehicle accident.

"I am advised that while he is hopeful that the police investigation into this accident will be completed within that time, he has indicated that it is his intention not to return to his office until such time as the investigation has been finalised and the outcome is known."

A police spokeswoman said investigations into the crash were continuing.

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