'One Of A Kind' Young Woman Killed In Sydney Crash
Shania McNeill, 21, was killed in a head-on collision near Windsor early on Sunday morning whilst driving with two men and two other women.
Paramedics performed CPR on McNeill when they arrived but she died at the scene.
A 20-year-old woman from Richmond was trapped in the front passenger seat of the car when officers arrived at the scene and she had to be released by officers from Fire and Rescue NSW.
All four of the passengers were taken to Westmead Hospital in a stable condition.
A spokesman for NSW police said the crash is still under investigation but no charges have been laid yet.
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McNeill's family and friends have now taken to social media posting their grief for her passing, with one woman posting that they "lost a dear friend" and "you were so loved and you will be missed".
Another friend posted, "I was speaking to you the other day and now will never be able to be in your presence again. Condolences to all your friend an [sic] family. You truely [sic] were one of a kind. Rest in paradise".