time when the vehicles collided. Both collided with a Hyundai iLoad. The Holden continued south along Glossop St until it hit a telegraph pole and one of the passengers, an 82year-old woman, died at the scene. The 76-year-old driver and a 62-year-old passenger suffered serious injuries and were taken to hospital. No one else was injured.
St Marys police are investigating a head-on collision at Kemps Creek and have called on a taxi driver, who may have seen the crash, to come forward. Shortly after 5pm on Saturday, emergency services were called to Mamre Rd, following a head-on collision between a silver Holden Commodore and a black Toyota Corolla. The two men in the Commodore (aged 27 and 23), and the woman (aged 44) in the Corolla were transported to Liverpool Hospital for the treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
MT DRUITT/ST MARYS Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research data shows seven crime categories have trended down over the 24 months to March 2015. Robbery without a weapon is down 17.6 per cent, robbery with a firearm is down 19.5 per cent, robbery with a weapon not a firearm is down 15.8 per cent, break and enter nondwelling is down 9.4 per cent, steal from motor vehicle is down 4.6 per cent, steal from person is down 12.6 per cent and malicious damage to property is down 10.9 per cent.