A woman who was one of the first on the scene at the Falkholt crash has had to witness a second terrible crash on a New South Wales road which claimed the life of a mother.
Mother-of-three Lisa Elmas was one if the first on the scene in Nowra on December 26, which has since claimed the lives of Lars, 69, Vivian, 60, and Annabelle Falkholt, 21.
Home And Away actress Jessica Falkholt, who was also in the accident, has had her life support switched off and remains in a critical condition.
The mum pulled the two Falkholt sisters, Annabelle and Jessica, from the wreckage that day.
But the horror hasn’t ended there for Ms Elmas as she was one of the first on the scene at a deadly smash in Milton on the NSW South Coast on Thursday afternoon.
Hamid Mobarrez, a former Olympian from Iran, was left in a serious but stable condition, his five-year-old son, Eli, in a critical condition, and his wife Tamy dead, after an oncoming car crossed onto the wrong side of the road on a sweeping bend near a road works zone.
Luckily, this time Ms Elmas didn’t have to pull anyone from wreckage with emergency services already on the scene.
Still, the mother-of-three said the “horrific” scene means people need to be more careful on the roads.
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"Slow down, especially in holiday period in rural areas that are a lot busier than normal,” she said.
“(There should be) mandatory first aid kits and fire extinguishers."
NSW Police Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit Inspector Katie Orr said the vehicle will be “mechanically examined” along with blood and urine tests from the driver.
Police are also calling for witnesses from the crash to come forward.
Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or user the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.