Orchard Hills A man has been charged over a fatal car crash that killed a year-old pregnant woman and her unborn twins as well as a year-old girl in Sydney's west. Katherine's husband Bronko Hoang, 25, suffered a critical head injury and is in an induced coma at Westmead Hospital. The high-impact crash left one driver trapped in the wreckage for a short time. ABC News The couple were married in May and were expecting twins, who were also killed in the accident. All three were travelling northbound in a Nissan Tiida on the Northern Road when they were hit by a Mazda 3 travelling south. The driver of the Mazda 3, year-old Richard Moananu, has been charged with 10 offences, including two counts each of manslaughter and aggravated dangerous driving occasioning death, negligent driving and driving unlicensed.
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'Unlicensed driver' charged over death of woman pregnant with twins in Sydney crash
Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. The ambulance service operator who confirmed the incident Tuesday told CNN the organization has launched an examination. Morgue technicians discovered the woman was breathing at the Carletonville morgue several hours after she was brought in by paramedics from the scene of a fatal car accident in southwest Johannesburg, an ambulance operator told a South African newspaper. Bradnick defended the paramedics, saying they followed all protocols before she was reported dead, TimesLive reported. Read More The unnamed woman now recuperating at a hospital in Johannesburg showed no signs of life when found at the scene of the accident in June, he told the newspaper.