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A woman and child have sadly died following a crash on the Hume Highway at Wilton, south of Sydney.

Another woman and child are in a critical condition.

Just before 8am (Tuesday 7 March 2017), emergency services responded to reports of a head-on crash in the southbound lanes of the Hume Highway, about 1km south of Picton Road.

A 49-year-old woman driving a Mazda 4WD died at the scene. A seven-year-old boy and a seven year-old girl also in the Mazda were trapped for a short time.

The seven-year-old boy died on arrival at Liverpool Hospital while the seven-year-old girl is in a critical condition at the Children’s Hospital, Westmead.

A 49-year-old woman, driving a Holden Astra, was trapped for some time before she was released. She was taken by NSW Ambulance paramedics to Liverpool Hospital where she remains in a critical condition.

The next of kin of all parties have been notified.

The Hume Highway southbound is closed. Crash Investigation officers are on scene.

Motorists are urged to avoid the area and refer to www.livetraffic.com for further updates.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000

Our thoughts are with all involved. RIP. Love to the family.

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  • very sad to read. always sad for the families.

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  • Such devastating news for all families.

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  • How very sad and tragic indeed.

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  • RIP for those who died and do hope the others will pull through. Such a tragedy

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  • I’m always scared when in a car. You just never know what is going to happen. My deepest condolences to this family.

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  • Such tragic incident indeed !
    My thought and prayers go out to the families who lost their loved ones.
    Hope & pray those who’re injured will recover well.

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  • I, myself, have been through 2 episodes of anxiety and depression. First when we lost our 28weeks old baby then after our third baby was born the whole episode re occurred.
    Going out there talking and looking for help is the first and best step you can take. I empathise with anyone and everyone who has been through it. It’s a difficult journey.

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  • So tragic.
    R.I. P. mum and child and I am praying for your daughter to survive and be ok.

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  • Here’s hoping the others recover quickly. So very sad

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  • So šad, not only for the family but the emergency services responders who have to help out.

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  • Too many tragic accidents recently. One is one too many. I am glad next-of-kin have been notified before the report was released first.
    In some cases where there is injuries that doesn’t always happen, especially when the media take photos and show them on TV news. People don’t want to see their loved ones being wheeled into a hospital on an Ambulance stretcher before they are advised. I pesonally know a guy who was injured and his family found about it first via Media.

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  • Tragic tragic news. RiP x

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  • So sad to hear this,my thoughts are with the family.

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  • Oh no how sad. R.I.P. condolences to all that love them

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  • Such a terrible tragedy. RIP :( Prayers to those gone and still fighting.

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