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Woman dead after horror head-on crash

FATALITY: The scene at a head-on collision at Vittoria on the Mitchell Highway between Orange and Bathurst on Sunday afternoon. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOK 080716cmva1ONE woman is dead and another three people injured following anhorrific head-on collision between Bathurst and Orange on Sunday afternoon.
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Insp. David Abercrombie

Two Commodores, one white andone silver, collided head on just west of the Beekeepers Inn at Vittoria at around 12.45pm.

The white Commodore had been travelling easttowards Bathurst and the silver Commodore travelling west.

Inspector David Abercrombie, duty officer with Chifley Local Area Command, said a triple-0 call came through to emergency services saying there had been a head-on collision 24km west of Bathurst.

Emergency personnel rushed to the crashbut nothing could be done to help the female passenger of the silver Commodore, who was pronounced dead at the scene.

The male driver of the silver Commodore, along with the male driver of the white Commodoreand his female passenger, were all transported to Orange Health Service by road ambulance.

Police immediately established a crime scene, cordoning off the roadwhile crash investigation officers from both the Western Region and Metropolitan commands made their way to the area.

“Police and other emergency servicesall responded to the calljust after 12.45pm,” Inspector Abercrombie said.

“Unfortunately afemale passengerin one of the cars was killed in the crash.

“The drivers of each vehicle, both men, weretransported to Orange Base Hospital for treatment, as was another female passenger,” he said.

Inspector Abercrombie said it was too early to tell what caused the fatal accident,with specialist crash investigators arriving onscene just after 2.20pm.

With the Mitchell Highway closed traffic was diverted through Blayney.

Inspector Abercrombie said on Sunday afternoon he expected the highway would be closed late into the evening.

Inspector Abercrombie said the terrible tragedywas a timely reminder to the region’s motorists to take care on our roads.

Police will now prepare a report for the coroner.

Central Western Daily

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