Tongan man dead after head-on collision in Australia

A Tongan man has died this morning in a road accident in New South Wales, reliable sources said this evening.

Family members and friends have shared photos of the deceased on Facebook and said his name is Tupou Latu Taulanga.

River 1467 AM radio reported that two people have died after two vehicles collided head-on west of Euston this morning.

“A utility and a sedan collided while travelling on the Sturt Highway near the intersection of Tapaulin Road (near Old Euston Road), 35km west of Euston, about 6.45am today (Sunday 16 July 2017)”, it said.

“The female utility driver, and sole occupant, died at the scene.

“A male rear seat passenger in the sedan has died.

A second man, also travelling in the rear of the sedan, along with the sedan driver both sustained critical injuries”.

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