A teenage woman has died in hospital after sustaining important accidents in a horrific automotive crash on the NSW and Victoria border.
Emergency providers rushed to the Riverina Freeway on the outskirts of Alburn at about 6pm on Saturday following reviews a sedan and a ute had collided.
Rescuers freed 4 individuals who had been caught within the sedan, together with a 16-year-old woman, who was rushed to Albury Base Hospital in a important situation.
She later died on account of her accidents.
A 20-year-old feminine passenger was additionally taken out of the sedan and airlifted to The Alfred Hospital, the place she stays in a important situation.
The driving force of the sedan, a 44-year-old man, was handled by NSW Ambulance paramedics earlier than he was taken to Albury Base Hospital in a secure situation.
A 19-year-old girl was additionally taken to Albury Base Hospital with minor accidents.
The driving force of the ute, a 45-year-old man, was taken to Albury Base Hospital with minor accidents.
Police established against the law scene which was later examined by specialist police from the Crash Investigation Unit.
The ute driver was later arrested at Albury Police Station and charged with eight offences, together with three counts of harmful driving occasioning grievous bodily hurt, trigger bodily hurt by misconduct, three counts of negligent driving and never maintaining left of a dividing line.
The person’s licence was additionally suspended.
He was granted bail and is because of face Albury Native Courtroom in June.