A Sydney woman was killed in a car crash after allegedly threatening to kill her brother.
Key points:The victim’s sister is accused of driving the car involved in the crashThe woman’s mother is charged with failing to prevent the deathThe mother has denied the allegationsThe 32-year-old sister is the mother of the man who died in the car crashThe family of the victim were at the scene of the fatal crash near the Sydney CBD on Monday, police said.
A 32–year‑old woman has been charged with a range of offences after allegedly driving the vehicle involved in a fatal crash at an intersection in the city’s CBD.
The woman, from a suburb of Brisbane, is the sister of the 32-day-old driver who died.
The 34-year old woman was driving the SUV, which was not involved in Sunday’s collision.
She was also charged with not preventing the death.
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