Eight people have died in six separate car accidents during a horrific 32 hours on NSW roads.
A 34-year-old man has been the last fatality when he died in a single-car crash in the Hunter Valley around 1.30am Saturday.
Two motorists were killed after their cars collided at 7.45am near Camden on the south western outskirts of Sydney.
A teenager was crushed to death when he became pinned between a wall and a car in Sydney’s north on Friday night.
Two people have died in a horror car smash eerily close to a crash which claimed the life of Home and Away star Jessica Falkholt
The 18-year-old had been trying to stop an empty ute from rolling down a hill at around 8pm in Hornsby Heights when he became trapped by the out of control vehicle.
Another 18-year-old man died after his car hit a tree and burst into flames just after midnight on Friday near Cootamundra in the NSW Riverina, police said.
The incident was followed by a truck rollover on the Pacific Highway south of Port Macquarie at 3.30am. The truck caught fire and the 57-year-old male driver was killed.
Two other drivers – a 52-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman – lost their lives in a head-on crash on the Princes Highway near Nowra about 5am, which closed the highway for several hours.
A teenager was crushed to death when he became pinned between a wall and a car in Sydney’s north on Friday night (pictured)
It was the same stretch of road which claimed the life of Home and Away star Jessica Falkholt and family – meaning seven have died on the stretch of road since Boxing Day.
The drivers were both the sole occupants in their cars when the horrific crash took place at 5.20am.
Jessica Falkholt, her sister Annabelle and parents Lars and Vivian died just 5km away near Ulladulla on the same highway just two months ago.
The Princes Highway has now reopened after earlier being closed in both directions while police investigated.
Jessica Falkholt, her sister Annabelle and parents Lars and Vivian died just 5km away near Ulladulla on the same highway just two months ago
The drivers were both the sole occupants in their cars when the tragic crash took place at 5.20am
The location where the two cars collided killing a man and woman on the Princes Highway, south of Nowra
Shocked New South Wales residents took to social media on Friday to express their distress about another accident on the highway.
‘Another road victim, We are losing too many, we must have a moral level of consciousness when we start and finish our day,’ one Facebook user said.
Another person said: ‘oh no not again.’
Meanwhile, a fuel tanker has crashed south of Armidale causing major delays on the New England Highway.
The driver was uninjured in the 6.40am crash, but the highway was closed as Hazmat crews decant the entire fuel load to another tanker.
Former Home and Away start Jessica Falkholt fought hard after being pulled from her vehicle at the horror Boxing Day smash but died in hospital
The crash scene on the Princess Highway on Boxing Day that claimed the life of Jessica Falkholt from Home and Away