Police raid truck company involved in Melbourne freeway crash

The trucking company involved in Melbourne's deadly Eastern Freeway crash has been raided by police in Sydney.

Police raid truck company involved in Melbourne freeway crash

The trucking company involved in Melbourne's deadly Eastern Freeway crash has been raided by police in Sydney.

Footage captured by 9News shows police swarming the scene in Riverstone today, north-west of Sydney.

Victoria Police confirmed detectives from the Heavy Vehicle Unit CIU, supported by NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Command Crash investigators, executed four warrants this morning.

The warrants were executed at one business in Riverstone and two residential premises in Kenthurst.

It is understood police seized a number of documents inthe raids, including logbooks.

Police previously raided two residential properties in Frankston and Croydon in Melbourne, linked to trucking company Connect Logistics.

The company operated the truck which Mohinder Singh was driving when he allegedly veered into the emergency lane at 100km/h on April 22, killing four police officers after ploughing into them on the Eastern Freeway.

The deaths were the biggest loss of life in Victorian history.

"Victoria Police is currently in NSW as part of their continued investigations into the fatal crash on the Eastern Freeway in Kew," Senior Constable Alistair Parsons told 9News.

"No one has been arrested and the investigation remains ongoing."

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