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Update: Fatal Crash at Bungama

A woman has died following a crash at Bungama near Port Pirie last night.

About 8.10pm on Sunday 20 September, police were called to the intersection of Warnertown Road and Augusta Highway after reports of a crash between a Toyota sedan and a semi-trailer.

The driver of the Toyota, a 21-year-old Magill woman sadly died at the scene. Her passenger, a 20-year-year old man from Glynde, was taken to the Port Pirie hospital before being airlifted to the Flinders Medical Centre. His injuries are not considered life threatening.
The truck driver was not injured.

Major Crash Investigators attended the scene to examine the circumstances surrounding the crash.  The Augusta Highway was reopened to traffic at about 6am this morning.

The woman’s…

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