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Fatal head-on crash on M1 Pacific Motorway at Warnervale

An elderly man has died in a head-oncrash on the M1 at Warnervale.
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About 4.30am Thursday emergency services were called to the south bound lanes of the M1, near the Sparks Road off ramp, after reports that two vehicles had collided.

It is believed that a northbound sedan and a southbound utility collided.

As a result of the collision the driver of the sedan, a 72-year-old man died at the scene.

The 26-year-old male occupant of the utility was treated at the scene byparamedics and conveyed to Gosford Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries and underwent mandatory blood and urine testing.

Police from Tuggerah Lakes Police District attended and established a crime scene.

Both vehicles have been removed for further mechanical examination.

Police will prepare a report for the Coroner, outlining the full circumstances surrounding the man’s death.

The road was closed for several hours whilst investigators examined the crash scene eventually reopening fully about 8am.

EARLIER REPORT

The M1 Pacific Motorway was closed for several hours atWarnervale after a fatal two-car crash.

Emergency services were called tothescene nearSparks Roadabout 4.30am.

According to early police reports two cars collided in the southbound lane. One man was killed at the scene, while two other people were treated by paramedics.

Emergency services, including the police crash investigation unit, and traffic crews are expected to remain on scene for some time.

All southbound lanes of the M1 have reopened and diversions have been lifted, however motorists are continuing to experience significant southbound delays on the motorway also via the diversion routes and major arterials across parts of the Central Coast.

Commuters are advised to continue to allow plenty of additional travel time.

Buses travelling through Lake Haven and Warnervale are experiencing delays of up to 45 minutes.

The crash comes days after two people died in a crash just north of the Mooney Mooney Bridge.

Two men who were travelling in a Ford utility died in the crash. The men, believed to have been aged 19 and 52, have not yet been formally identified.

A 75-year-old woman who was driving a Kia Rio sedan was taken to Royal North Shore Hospital where she remains in a stable condition.

The remaining four drivers and passengers – a 62-year-old woman, a 44-year-old woman, and two women aged 36 and 34 who were travelling together – were taken to Gosford Hospital for further treatment.

A truck driver has been charged over the the crash.

Photo: RFS Central Coast.

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