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ELDERLY DRIVER DIES FOLLOWING TAMWORTH VEHICLE COLLISION

A woman has died following a collision between two vehicles in the state’s North West this week.

Shortly before 1:30pm on Thursday, a Suzuki sedan and a Mitsubishi Pajero collided at the intersection of Peel and Marius Streets in Tamworth.

The 93-year-old driver of the sedan was taken to Tamworth Base Hospital with multiple injuries, but she passed away yesterday afternoon.

The driver of the Pajero, a 59-year-old woman, was also taken to hospital with suspected neck injuries.

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