Mother of four found critically injured at caravan park dies in hospital

A MOTHER-of-four who was found semi-naked and covered in blood with critical head injuries at a caravan park in Central West NSW has sadly succumbed to her injuries and died in hospital.

Police say the 37-year-old woman was found shirtless and unconscious with life-threatening head injuries at a caravan park in Cowra shortly after 7.30am on Thursday 29 June.

She was treated by paramedics at the scene before being airlifted to Orange Hospital in a critical condition.


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The woman was later transferred to Sydney’s Westmead Hospital where she spent the last few days fighting for her life in intensive care but sadly, her injuries were too severe and she could not be saved.

Police released a statement a short time ago, confirming that the woman passed away in hospital this morning.

Detectives from Canobolas Local Area Command are continuing to investigate how the woman came to be injured.

It’s understood officers are investigating whether the woman sustained her fatal injuries during a fight with her boyfriend, in a random attack, or after drinking too much wine and falling over and hitting her head.

Investigators have renewed their appeal for anyone with information to come forward and contact Orange Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

A report will be prepared for the information of the Coroner.

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