Two young women are dead after being hit by a car outside a busy shopping center and one of their mothers has been charged.
The women, 20 and 24 years old, were in the parking lot of Nambucca Plaza on the mid-north coast of New South Wales when they were hit just before midnight on Saturday.
The women were reportedly involved in a fight in the parking lot.
A short time later, one of their mothers is said to have plowed on them with a car and caught them underneath.
Both women died in the parking lot. The police described the incident as & # 39; horrible & # 39 ;.
Kazzandra Widders (photo) is one of the women who was beaten and killed on Saturday night
The two women were in the parking garage of the Nambucca Plaza shopping center on the NSW mid-north coast on Saturday
A 52-year-old woman was arrested on Sunday and charged with not stopping and helping, manslaughter, dangerous driving with death, and driving in a dangerous way.
She will appear on Monday at the local court in Kempsey.
Harold Widders, the brother of one of the victims Kazzandra Widders, told 7 News: & # 39; (The car) made a U-turn, went up the gutter and pulled out my sister. & # 39;
He said with tears: & # 39; I took the keys from the ignition and tried to lift the car and I couldn't … I couldn't lift it. & # 39;
Widders and his fiancée continued their tribute to Kazzandra on social media.
& # 39; Why was it you too? This just doesn't feel real. You've left us all stunned, you were the one who was there for me when I needed you, & read their joint social media page.
Harold Widders, one of the women's brothers, told 7 News that he was trying to lift the car and save both women
Mr Widders and his fiancé continued their tribute to Mr Widder's sister on social media
Mid North Coast Police District Commander Chief Inspector Paul Fehon called incident "gruesome & # 39; and & # 39; tragic & # 39;
Other friends and family wrote online: & # 39; I'm going to miss her beautiful smile and smile. & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; I still can't believe it, drink a drink and celebrate her life. & # 39;
Mid North Coast Police District Commander Superintendent Paul Fehon called incident "gruesome & # 39; and & # 39; tragically & # 39 ;.
& # 39; We review all the circumstances surrounding this incident & # 39; and we call on the public who have witnessed this incident or who have some knowledge regarding the circumstances to contact the police, & he said.
The final incident comes after a 24-hour horror in which four people died, calling on the police to be careful.
In a crash, a 23-year-old woman died when her car hit a tree on Saturday morning in Old Junee in the NSW Riverina.
& # 39; It is important that every driver or rider takes the responsibility to ensure that safety is their first priority when they are behind the wheel or sitting on their bikes & # 39 ;, said NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy on Saturday.
Meanwhile, a 24-year-old male driver was accused of a fatal accident with multiple vehicles in Ermington in north-west Sydney.
Rescuers were called shortly after 11:30 am on Friday at the collision of three cars on River Rd.
The man and his two female passengers, 28 and 25 years old, were taken to Westmead Hospital, but the younger passenger died later.
The crash also left a female ute driver with minor injuries, while two people in the third car turned out to be unharmed.
The driver was taken to the police station in Granville after being released from the hospital, where he was charged with numerous violations, including dangerous driving with death and dangerous driving with serious physical damage.
Earlier on Friday, around 8 p.m., a male pedestrian was killed when he was hit by a car in Canley Vale, in southwest Sydney.
He died on the spot while the driver, a 64-year-old woman, was brought to Liverpool Hospital for compulsory tests.
On the Mid North Coast, a 57-year-old motorcyclist died on the scene in Forster after a collision with an ute at around 10.30 a.m. on Friday.
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