Two NSW couples killed in crash in Chiltern

In recent news, it was reported that Chilter left a heartbroken after a scary collision due to which four people lost their lives. You are required to read the article for more details and information about the same. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates.

Chiltern Crash Victims

Chiltern Crash Victims

In recent news, it was reported that the small country town of Chiltern in Victoria’s north-east has been left wondering following a devastating crash on the Hume Freeway on Thursday that left four people dead. Reportedly, at 10:30 a.m., a truck collided with a car near the intersection of Wenkes Road. It was believed there were four people in the car, out of which 2 couples aged in their 70s from central New South Wales were killed. In an update posted on Friday, Victorian Assistant Commissioner for Road Policing Glenn Weir said the group had stopped at Chiltern Bakery for a coffee and to rest for a break before they headed back onto the Hume Freeway at Wenkes Road. He added that they failed to give way at the intersection been struck by a B-double and had all been killed straight away.

Later, following the incident, the 30-year-old truck driver was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries. Mr. Weir said that they had interviewed the truck driver who was taken to hospital. Significantly, a person who went to work was just driving his truck and has been confronted with something beyond his control that has resulted in him being engaged in such a tragic incident. , another scenario came across which claims that Camryn Anfruns works at the Chiltern Bakery and Cafe which is one of the most popular coffee spots around the town. She stated that she commenced working when the news of the accident initially came through. She continued and added that she witnessed that there was quite a big crash and when she found out many people were involved. Undoubtedly, the incident was very heartbreaking.

Furthermore, Ms. Anfruns said that the intersection was dangerous at the best of times and could be even more so for people not familiar with the area. Reportedly, Bill Hotson and his wife, Lois live at the South of Chiltern which is less than 2 kilometres from the scene of Thursday’s accident. Mr Hotson stated that the collision was important in order to access their home and cherry farm by adding that he was very aware of the dangers that are posed by the intersection. Thank you for being a patient reader.

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