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AustraliaWoman dead, three seriously injured in Hunter Region crash

15:35  06 january  2019
15:35  06 january  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A woman has died and three others have been seriously injured after their car lost control on a road in Port Stephens, New South Wales. All survivors are in a serious condition, NSW Police said in a statement this evening. Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash are now underway.

A woman has died and three other pedestrians have been seriously injured in a crash in Newcastle. © AAP Image/Joel Carrett A woman has died and three others have been seriously injured after their car lost control on a road in Port Stephens, New South Wales.

Woman dead, three seriously injured in Hunter Region crash © AAP Image/Joel Carrett A woman has died and three others have been seriously injured after their car lost control on a road in Port Stephens, New South Wales.

Emergency services were called to Tomago Road, near Tomago, after the sedan left the road and hit a tree, trapping the four occupants around 5pm.

The female passenger was freed from the wreckage, but died at the scene.

The male driver, and two other passengers, were taken to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle.

All survivors are in a serious condition, NSW Police said in a statement this evening.

Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash are now underway.

Tomago Road remains closed, with local traffic diversions in place.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000

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