NSW Traffic and Highway Patrol Officers and the Crash Investigation Unit are continuing their investigation into what caused a three vehicle collision on the Pacific Highway at Wyoming.
The incident occurred at around 10:45am on Wednesday, March 20, at the intersection of the Hwy and Cary St.
The incident resulted in three people being taken to hospital with various injuries, one with a serious laceration.
Whilst authorities are continuing their investigation and have made no public comment about the potential cause of the collision, a woman claiming to be one of the drivers involved has blamed another driver, claiming they were using their mobile phone at the time.
In a public Facebook post, Brenda Holmes-Stagg, said she was attempting to turn into Cary St when the female driver of a Nissan Patrol, who was “on her mobile phone at the time”, collided with her vehicle.
“She spun me into the oncoming cars and her male passenger tried to blame me for having my wheels turned, despite the fact that I was turning into Cary St,” Holmes-Stagg wrote.
“She walked away while I was taken by an ambulance.
Media release, Mar 20
NSW Police Media
Website, Mar 20
Brenda Holmes-Stagg, Facebook post