Police follow 'medical' lead

A MEDICAL condition may have contributed to a car crash that claimed the lives of two women in Glenugie on December 6.

Police yesterday said the Crash Investigation Unit was following a line of inquiry in which the driver may have passed out due to a medical condition.

Both Queensland women who died, one aged 38 from Daisy Hill and one aged 41 from Roachedale, were survived by their three daughters, who were in the back of the car.

The Wooli Road, officially known as Eight Mile Lane, is a known accident blackspot for local emergency services.

The NSW Coroner will make a final determination on the crash once police finish their investigation.



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