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Woman dies in hospital following crash south of Sussex Inlet


NSW Police Media Release: A woman has died in hospital, and another woman remains in critical condition, following a crash that has now killed four people on the Princes Highway south of Sussex Inlet and north of Milton.

About 10.45am (Tuesday 26 December 2017), emergency services attended the site on the Princes Highway at Mondayong, about 400m north of the Bendalong turnoff, where three people – from two separate cars – died.

Two women were airlifted to Hospital.

A 21-year old woman died today (Friday 29 December 2017) at Liverpool Hospital.

The second woman, aged 28, remains in a critical condition in hospital.

Officers from the Crash Investigation Unit are continuing investigations into the incident.

The road toll for Operation Safe Arrival now stands at 23 lives lost.

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