Recently the news about crashes seems to happen a lot these days. The public is going through the internet to know about the recent crash case that happened in Sydney. Everyone was very shocked when they get to know about the news of the crash. They all started to go over the internet to know more about the crash as the crash seems to be very horrific. In this article, we are going to give information about the crash that happened in Sydney. Keep reading and scrolling through the article to know more about this horrific crash that happened in Sydney’s North West.
Epping Road Accident
As the news broke about the crash, everyone started to go over the internet to know more about the crash. Not only that they all also started to go over the internet to know about the victims of the crash. According to the sources, one person died in this horrific crash, and not only that two others were also get seriously injured. When the public get to know about it they all started to go over the internet to know more about them. They also search for the victim’s details over the internet as this crash happen on Marsfield in Sydney.
The sources also inform us that, at the time of the crash has left the traffic was backed up at least for many kilometers around 4 pm in Marshfield where the crash happened, when the emergency crew looked at the crash scene. The crash was so horrible that it took many hours for the crew to get in control of everything around there. Not only that authorities have to close the whole of Epping Road between Balaclava Road and Vinimera Road because of the crash. Many citizens have to face complications because of that.
A man driver, 60, and a male passenger, 84, from a Subaru, as well as a female driver, 66, from a Toyota Camry, were both treated by paramedics. While both drivers were taken to Royal North Shore Hospital in stable condition, the 84-year-old passenger died on the spot. Following the collision, emergency personnel closed up Epping Road in Marsfield, in Sydney’s northwest. Specialist police from the Crash Investigation Unit have been called in, and Ryde Police Area Command officers have set up a crime scene. Traffic delays are anticipated to last well into Saturday night, therefore NSW Police have advised drivers to avoid the area. Police are also requesting that anyone with information or who has a dashcam or cell phone video of the event get in touch with them.