17-year-old school,Alyssa Postle suffered a severe injuries and left unconscious after a trip to KFC left her fighting for life.

Alyssa Postle was left dead or alive after the vehicle she was a passenger in crashed into a power pole.

Alyssa Postle Dies Few Hours After The Crash

Tragically, the family of north Brisbane Year 12 student Alyssa Postle, who was involved in a horror crash this week, have made the “heart-wrenching” decision to turn off the 17-year-old’s life support today. RIP

How Did Alyssa Postle  Car Accident Happened

The 17-year-old girl was riding in a white Subaru with another classmate who was driving when the car careered off the road at an intersection near Old North and Lavarack roads at Bray Park in Brisbane’s north at around 7pm on Tuesday.

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A witness who was on the scene at the horror single car smash said it was a ‘horrible accident.’

‘We went out there and my husband and one of our friends… we saw one girl, stuck in the front,’ Witness Jamuna Sitaula told the Courier Mail.

‘We saw so many people come, police come and ambulances come. She didn’t move.’

The devastating incident has left students, parents and teachers at Genesis Christian College in shock.

The school is now providing support to families and staff.

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‘Our thoughts and prayers are with the families at this challenging time,’ Genesis Christian College principal Paul Sterling told News Corp.

‘Our primary concern is the emotional wellbeing of our students and we acknowledge the impact of this situation on our entire community.

‘Lives have been affected and our role is to be as supportive as possible and take appropriate steps to assist students, families and staff.’

Ms Postle was rushed to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in a critical condition.

The driver of the vehicle, who is also 17, escaped with minor injuries.