A 74-year-old woman died after her car crashed into a tree at Avenel yesterday.KAITLIN THALS January 24, 2013 4:49am
A 74-year-old Seymour woman was killed in a car crash at Avenel yesterday.
Seymour Highway Patrol Acting Sergeant Andrew Wright said the woman was driving a maroon Nissan Maxima, travelling north on Seymour-Avenel Rd when she approached a right-hand bend about 3
Acting Sgt Wright said the woman failed to negotiate the bend and veered left, off the side of the road.
He said the car struck a tree, causing the vehicle to roll.
Police believed the woman was killed on impact.
There were no other vehicles involved and no passengers in the car.
Seymour-Avenel Rd is a 100
Acting Sgt Wright said the cause of the crash was unknown and investigations were continuing.
Avenel Country Fire Authority, Seymour paramedics, a Nagambie Police Investigator, Seymour Police and Seymour Highway Patrol attended the scene.
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