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NSW woman charged after car hits two women

A woman has been charged after two women were hit by a car on the state's mid-north coast, following a horror couple of days on NSW roads.

Police were called to a Nambucca Heads shopping centre just before midnight on Saturday, where the two women - a 24-year-old from Bellingen and a 20-year-old from Macksville - had been struck.

Both women died at the scene.

Police described the incident as "horrific".

One of the victims was the charged woman's daughter.

Police said an altercation had occurred between two women, aged 20 and 24, at the Nambucca Plaza shopping centre car park in Nambucca Heads about 11:30pm on Saturday.

The mother of one of the women later arrived in a vehicle, which struck both women.

The woman, 52, was arrested on Sunday and was charged with manslaughter, dangerous driving causing death and failing to stop and render assistance.

She will appear in Kempsey court on Monday.

The latest incident comes after a horror 24 hours in which four people died, prompting a plea from police for road users to be cautious.

In one crash, a 23-year-old woman died when her car hit a tree at Old Junee in the NSW Riverina on Saturday morning.

"It is important that every driver, or rider, takes responsibility to ensure that safety is their number one priority when they are behind the wheel, or on their bike," NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy said on Saturday.

Meawhile, a 24-year-old male driver was charged over a fatal multi-vehicle crash at Ermington in northwest Sydney.

Emergency workers were called to the three-car collision at River Rd shortly after 11.30pm on Friday.

The man and his two female passengers, aged 28 and 25, were taken to Westmead Hospital, but the younger passenger later died.

The crash also left a female ute driver with minor injuries, while two people in the third car appeared to be unhurt.

The driver was taken to Granville Police Station after being released from hospital, where he has been charged with numerous offences including dangerous driving causing death and dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm.

Earlier on Friday, about 8pm, a male pedestrian was killed when he was hit by a car in Canley Vale, in Sydney's south west.

He died at the scene while the driver, a 64-year-old woman, was taken to Liverpool Hospital for mandatory testing.

On the Mid North Coast, a 57-year-old motorcyclist died at the scene in Forster after a collision with a ute about 10.30am on Friday.

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