A woman has died after being struck by a car in the New South Welsh city of Goulburn.
Key points:The 29-year-old was hit by a silver Toyota Hilux in New Caledonia’s central New South in the early hours of FridayPolice said the driver of the car was treated for minor injuries, but the woman died at the scene.(ABC News: Tom Moyle)The vehicle was travelling south on the M4 about 2:45am when it struck a parked car on the opposite side of the road.
The driver of that car was arrested.
Police said there were no witnesses to the collision, and that they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the collision.
A number of people were involved in the collision but no-one else was arrested.(ABC: Tom Rafferty)A spokesman for the New Calesian State Police said the 29-day-old woman died on arrival at Goulbourn Hospital.
The woman’s father has been notified and a family member has been interviewed, the spokesman said.
“We are treating this as a tragic accident and it is important to us that the community knows that,” he said.
Mr McManus said it appeared the woman was struck by the vehicle because of the angle of the roadway.
“There is a number of lanes that are not straight and the vehicle did not have a level of visibility,” he told ABC Local Radio.
“So it was a bit of a head-on collision, so there were people coming from the other direction.”
Police said they were investigating whether there were any other road users involved.
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