A horrible car crash led to the death of a mother, with her four children having been injured at North South Wales Hunter Valley today.

The woman, who died in the crash, has been identified as Karen Ramirez. The 49-year-old slammed on a telegraph pole while she was driving to the Golden Highway, Sandy Hollow, west of Denman at 5.45 pm.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported the cause of the accident as woman losing control over a deep bend at the road.

Her four children who have survived the crash, include two teenage daughters, a five year-old girl and a 12-year old boy. The children had been taken to John Hunter Hospital, according to the report by The Telegraph

Police are investigating the cause of the accident.

Another incident at NSW included a man killed and a passenger severely injured Seven Hills in Sydney in the early hours of Saturday.

Now that these two incidents make us think that we are immune to so-called road accidents, when we are in the constant danger, reports WA Today

A reporter narrated her real life experience of driving drunk, car collision, psychological effect,medical bills, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and challenges, possibility of driving again on the road when you have actually suffered from a serious car crash.

“Few people really understand the struggle of the recovery, I just felt like a burden,” another victim of car crash said.

“I found that my recovery was long and among the court cases and operations, it was really hard to keep my working, social and uni life. My grades dropped, I lost friends and put my family through a lot.”

Kelly Haywood suffered serious injuries in her 2014 car accident and still faces difficulties because of it today. Underwent multiple leg surgeries and is now recovering. She is now a post graduate.

“I kind of feel like I’ve lost five years of my life”, Kate said.