A woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash at Wyuna on Tuesday morning.March 12, 2014 4:54am
A woman was killed in a single-vehicle accident at Wyuna on Tuesday morning.
The woman, believed to be from Kyabram and aged in her 20s, was the sole occupant of a vehicle that struck a tree on Trevaskis Rd, near Wyuna, before bursting into flames shortly before noon.
Smoke could be seen from up to 5
Leading Senior Constable Kim Thomson from Kyabram police said the vehicle was travelling north on Trevaskis Rd when it hit the tree, about 200
Ldg Sen Const Thomson said the woman was thrown from the vehicle on impact.
Paramedics attended, but were unable to revive the woman and she died at the scene.
Police are investigating the incident and a report will be prepared for the coroner.
Any witnesses are asked to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800
The woman is the ninth person to die on Victorian roads in four days and the fifth in the Campaspe Police Service Area.
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