A female has been killed and three males critically injured in a crash between a semitrailer and a car south of Perth.
Emergency services were called to the scene on South West Highway near Hall Road, Waroona, around 4pm Thursday.
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Firefighters extricated the casualties and a rescue helicopter flew one of the wounded to Royal Perth Hospital, while the other two went via ambulance.
They were still being assessed in the Emergency Department at 7.30pm. RPH staff could not confirm their ages.
South Western Highway is closed in both directions, and was expected to remain closed into the early hours of Friday morning as Major Crash investigators remained at the scene.
Emma Young is a Fairfax Media journalist based in Western Australia, breaking news with a focus on science and environment, health and social justice.
One person has died and several people have critical injuries following a horror crash in Waroona.TrafficOne dead, three critical after car collides with truck on South Western HighwayStaff reportersPerthNow November 8, 2018 5:13PM TopicsWA NewsA WOMAN has died and three other people have critical injuries following a horror crash in Waroona this afternoon.
The crash involving a car and a truck happened on South Western Highway near Hall Road just after 4pm.
Camera IconEmergency services attend the scene.Picture: Seven NewsThe woman died at the scene and three males had to be freed from the wrecked car.
One man has been flown to Royal Perth Hospital and the remaining two were taken to hospital by ambulance.
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Camera IconThe truck and car collided along South Western Highway in Waroona.Picture: Seven NewsThe highway remains closed in both directions tonight and drivers have been advised to avoid the area.