NSW Police have laid further charges against a woman, after two boys died and several children were injured when a auto crashed into a classroom at Banksia Road Public School in Sydney's south west on Tuesday.
Just before 9.45am on Tuesday, emergency services were called to the school on Boronia Road at Greenacre, after a Toyota Kluger crashed into a classroom where children were being taught.
The vehicle as a result went through the weatherboard wall in an adjacent classroom, killing two eight-year-old boys. (Supplied) Two boys died after being trapped beneath the vehicle.
The driver, a 52-year-old woman, was uninjured.
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On Tuesday 52-year-old Maha Al-Shennag was charged with two counts of risky driving occasioning death and was bailed by police to appear in court later in November.
Following ongoing investigations into the tragic incident, the driver was yesterday additionally charged with risky driving occasioning grievous bodily harm and cause actual bodily harm by misconduct.
The horrific crash took the lives of eight-year-old best friends Andrew Encinas and Jihad Darwiche. She was taken to Bankstown Hospital for mandatory blood and urine tests before returning to Bankstown Police Station.
They will allege these charges relate to injuries received by three other students during the accident.
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