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A man who fled the scene of a crash in Victoria where four police officers were killed told one of them as she lay dying that "you f**ked my f**king car", a court has heard.
Richard Pusey, 41, has been named as the man who fled the scene after his Friday appearance in the Melbourne Magistrates Court.
Constables Glen Humphris and Josh Prestney, and Snr Consts Lynette Taylor and Kevin King have been named by local media as the victims of the horror collision.
The incident happened on Wednesday after officers pulled over a Porsche driver, alleged to be Pusey, for travelling at an excessive speed while entering the Eastern Freeway near Kew.
It's understood a semi-truck then veered off the freeway and ploughed into two police vehicles and the Porsche.
Pusey then fled the scene on foot. As reported by 7 News, police allege that he told one of the victims, Snr Const Taylor, that "all he wanted to do was go home" as she lay dying on the road.
Police allege Pusey was also filming the scene.
"Amazing. Absolutely amazing. All I wanted to do was go home and eat my sushi and now you have f**ked my f**king car," Pusey allegedly said to Snr Const Taylor, as reported by 7 News. He was arrested the day after the crash.
According to ABC Australia, the driver of the truck has yet to be interviewed and remains in hospital.
"This is an unimaginable tragedy and a senseless loss of lives," said Police and Emergency Services Minister Lisa Neville.
"I encourage everyone to pay their respects and reflect on all our police do for the community," Neville said, as reported by the ABC.