A 22-YEAR-OLD woman critically injured in a horror crash which killed two of her friends in country NSW has been arrested and charged with two counts of dangerous driving causing death.
The shocking crash happened near Condobolin, 500km inland of Sydney, three months ago.
Police said the young woman was driving a Ford sedan which smashed head-on into a truck on the Gipps Way on November 20.
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She was flown to Westmead Hospital in a critical condition, while her two passengers, a 44-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman, died at the scene.
Thankfully, the truck driver managed to free himself from his rig before it burst into flames.
He suffered minor injuries and was treated by ambulance officers at the scene.
Following investigations, police yesterday arrested the 22-year-old woman and charged her over the horror crash.
She has formally been charged with two counts of dangerous driving occasioning death and two counts of negligent driving occasioning death.
The woman was also charged with driving while disqualified.
She has been granted conditional bail to appear at Condobolin Local Court on Tuesday, March 6.