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Five people were driving south on the Monaro Highway (photo) when the & # 39; terrible & # 39; The accident occurred near Cooma, about 116 km from the Australian Capital Territory, early Sunday

Young woman, 22, is thrown out of the backseat of a car after being hit against a & # 39; terrible & # 39; crash hit a tree where two people were killed and three others were injured

  • Two people died and three were injured in a car accident on Sunday morning
  • The accident occurred on the Monaro Highway near Cooma in New South Wales
  • The car would have left the road before cutting a tree and landing on the roof
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Two people are dead and three others have suffered terrible injuries after the car in which they drove left the road, cut a tree and rolled onto the roof.

Five people were driving south on the Monaro Highway when the & # 39; gruesome & # 39; The accident occurred near Cooma, about 116 km from the Australian Capital Territory, early on Sunday.

A 22-year-old woman in the back seat was thrown out of the car and died on the spot.

A male front passenger in the early 1920s also died at the scene of the accident.

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& # 39; The driver, a 22-year-old man, suffered a serious head injury and two male passengers, both aged 19, suffered superficial head injuries, & # 39 ;, police said.

Five people were driving south on the Monaro Highway (photo) when the & # 39; terrible & # 39; The accident occurred near Cooma, about 116 km from the Australian Capital Territory, early Sunday

Five people were driving south on the Monaro Highway (photo) when the & # 39; terrible & # 39; The accident occurred near Cooma, about 116 km from the Australian Capital Territory, early Sunday

The driver and another passenger were flown to Canberra Hospital for treatment.

Queanbeyan police inspector Sandy Green said that those who survived the accident & # 39; exceptionally good luck & # 39; had.

"I am a 26-year-old police officer and I am stunned why these things happen and people do not wear their seat belts and do not drive according to circumstances," Mrs. Green told Canberra Times.

& # 39; This is a life-changing situation for all those emergency services, for everyone who went through that accident today. & # 39;

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& # 39; This is terrible. & # 39;

The police are investigating the cause of the accident. It is not clear whether the driver of the car is being charged.

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