One died, others injured in two-vehicle accident
At least one person has been reported dead and a child seriously injured in Sydney’s northwest car accident that happened on Monday afternoon, around 4 p.m. According to report, a Holden Commodore and a Nissan utility were involved in the accident.
The initial investigation stated that a Holden traveling on Castlereagh Road in Agnes Banks, near Richmond, was moving when it crashed with a Nissan. The driver of the Holden who is said to be in his 40s was pronounced dead by the officials. The identity of the deceased was not released immediately pending notification of next of kin. Two persons including a 10-year-old boy also got injured from the accident.
The officials reported to the scene and transported the child who sustained serious injuries to Children’s Hospital at Westmead. The boy was a passenger in the Holden.
A crash in Agnes Banks, in Sydney’s north-west, has killed one person and injured two others, including a child.
The driver of the Nissan was transported to Westmead Hospital for treatment.
Multiple Ambulance NSW crews, CareFlight, and Toll Ambulance helicopters were present at the scene.
The crash remains under investigation.