Accident Menangle: One Women and child dead after car collides in Sydney
This is to inform you that a deadly accident took place in Sydney’s southwest where a woman and a child lost their lives after involving in a crash. This shock wave blew from Menangle Park, the location of the accident. According to the authorities, it was a multi-vehicle crash that happened between an SUV and a truck. But what was the cause of the crash and what led to the fatal accident? There are a number of questions related to the circumstances surrounding the accident, prevailing among people. This is why we dug deep and collected all the available information from the multiple reports and prepared this article. You are asked to follow this column till the end and must go through this column till the end. Swipe down the page.
Before discussing any other aspects, let’s talk about the victims, two people died in the accident, one was a woman and the other was a child, and both died after sustaining fatal injuries in the crash. In fact, the female driver and a child were pronounced dead at the scene. However, emergency services were called to the scene at Hume Motorway outside of Menangle Park where an SUV collided with a cement truck. But all went in vain paramedics pronounced both of them dead at the scene. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Talking of the driver of the cement truck, he did not sustain any major injury but still, he was taken to necessary observation. There was one more child involved in the crash, who is receiving treatment for his injuries. Live Traffic Sydney’s official statement reads, “The Hume Mwy closed both directions between Narellan Rd & Picton Rd due to a serious truck & car crash. Divert northbound via Picton Rd & the M1 Princes Mwy or Appin Rd. Divert southbound via Narellan Rd & Appin Rd. Avoid the area & allow plenty of extra travel time.” Shift to the next section and read more details.
As the impact of the accident was so high, the SUV was discovered with huge damage on Picton Road. The northbound commuters are advised to take the alternative route, M1 Princes Motorway or Appin Road instead. While the southbound commuters are asked to take Narellan Road and Appin Road to travel south. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.