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Updated June 23, The friend of a woman killed in a two-car crash in Hobart has made an emotional plea for two men who fled the scene to hand themselves in.

Tasmanian police are searching for two men, the driver and passenger of a grey Mitsubishi Magna, who fled before the emergency crews arrived. Ms Hayward, who was entangled in the wreckage, was taken to hospital and pronounced dead soon after.

Her year-old male passenger was taken to hospital with abdominal injuries and remains in a stable condition, police said. Tamika Wesdijk, who has known Ms Hayward for a decade, described her as a fun-loving and good-hearted person and urged the people who ran from the scene to come forward.

A witness has described a "massive explosion" and seeing one of the men who fled eyeballing him before running away from the collision. Nicolai Meinke, a medical student who was first on the scene, said he could not believe the people in the other car left the scene. Mr Meinke said when he reached the car with people in it, he found the passenger in a stable condition and then turned to the female driver.

I can't believe somebody would do that. I was on the phone to the police at the time, so he heard me saying 'I need to speak to the police' and then he just took off. At a press conference, Senior Constable Kelly-Anne Cordwell urged the suspects, or people who know them, to "do the right thing by this poor lady who was doing nothing wrong and by her family, who are now grieving the loss of their loved one".

Senior Constable Cordwell said the crash victim and her male companion had only known each other for a few months and had just been shopping at the nearby Kmart store. She said the driver of the Magna would likely have an injury and a "very nasty headache" from the crash and there were skid marks indicating "self preservation" on their part. She said the Magna was not reported as stolen and would not speculate on whether the suspects were being harboured by others. She said the suspects were described as carrying black and red backpacks and urged residents near the crash site to check CCTV footage if they have it.

Police are urging anyone with information about the incident to contact them by calling Crime Stoppers on or online at crimestopperstas. First posted June 23, More stories from Tasmania. If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, contact the ABC. ABC teams share the story behind the story and insights into the making of digital, TV and radio content.

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Vanessa Hayward died as a result of the crash and her passenger has abdominal injuries. Sorry, this video has expired. Tamika Wesdijk described Vanessa Hayward as a fun-loving friend. A witness said cars travelling at speed often hit speedbumps and left the ground in the area. Police are seeking the driver and passenger of a Mitsubishi Magna involved in the crash. Could this be the solution to Australia's drought crisis?

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Hamilton has now become one of the all-time F1 greats Warner's walk-off leaves him open to obvious accusations of hypocrisy Could lower emissions cut your power bills? The intro is long and gives me a good opportunity to just hear the band. I swear to this day out of the thirty times that I have seen Bowie live this is the most cohesive group of musicians he has played with.

The only other time that I have witnessed anything close was 95, and I consider it on par. The whole place became absorbed by the band. You had to listen. The audience on the right in the stands suddenly start to cheer. They can see backstage. It was around quarter to nine when "it" appeared. I watched with intensity as The Thin White Duke drifted out from behind a stack of amplifiers. It wore simple clothing that consisted of black pants, black shoes, a white shirt and a black vest.

The cuff links were gold. A cape was hanging over its right shoulder and in the left hand was a red rose. The blue package of Gitanes was visible in the vest pocket. As Bowie drifted out the Forum erupted with applause and cheers. The facial expression did not waver. The Thin White Duke was disconnected from these surroundings. It was as if he had just dropped in to perform a function and then disappear again.

I did not know how right I was until after the show. As Bowie approached the front of the stage I glanced at the people around me. Same facial expressions on all of them, dumb struck. It is now standing directly in front of me to the right of the microphone.

While walking to the front of the stage it did not look once in the direction of the band. The body was very thin but not frail. The skin was ash coloured, almost gray. The cheeks were noticeably sunken in and the skin seemed to just hang off the cheek bones. The eyes were sunk back.

This all seemed to fit into the black and white theme. It could very well have been the continuation of Chien D'Anjalou. Perched on top of this frame was slicked back hair that was dyed brilliant red with two blond streaks in the front.

I talked to people after the show who were sitting quite far away. To see Bowie they just followed the hair. The band is in a frenzy and the cape is discarded. The fluorescent tubes flicker.

I make my way to the front by hopping over chairs and I'm there before he asks if he's been stricken. Yet, he does not move anything except his right leg to tap to the beat.

As Heydon works wonders on the guitar solo Bowie walks away. This will become quite common place. Anytime there is a break from singing duties, even mid song, Bowie heads to the shadows. The rose is in his clenched teeth. Suffragette City next, and no break. It still sounds fresh. The song is four years old. Bowie moves a bit. No interaction with the band or the audience. He didn't need to. I have never witnessed anyone being able to command the undivided attention of 16, people with not a word spoken directly to them.

Only a fool would call Bowie a "musician. It's good to be back here. His eyes never gazed into the crowd. I imagine it was difficult for this creation to have a concept of "here. The opening notes to Fame. Bowie lights a cigarette. The cufflinks are off and with his cigarette casually hanging off his lips, he rolls up his sleeves.

Alomar is having fun with this riff. Fame is unflattering towards stardom and Bowie echoed this. The event that was unfolding in front of us was not about "show business. How could you get greedy when this "performance" like many on this tour didn't sell out.

This was about something real. You can feel the piano and guitar at the beginning of Word On A Wing grab you. That is one feature I really like on Station To Station. The opening of every song on that album is quite unique. They start out so easy and build to some of the best rhythms I have yet to hear on any Bowie album. They get rather complex as well as is the case in the title song. There are four distinct rhythms going on at the same time in places.

The microphone has left its stand and is being transported closer to the crowd. As Bowie carries it I can't help notice that Alomar and the rest of the band are swaying as they play. Unlike the lead role. Word On A Wing slowly builds. I can't say enough about Tony.

I can't listen to live versions of certain Bowie songs these days. The reason is because he lacks any type of conviction.

There is no emotion there at all. He just runs through them and gets it over with. The latest live renditions of Word On A Wing are indicative of this.

For those who disagree you must not own Rotterdam, Vancouver or Nassau. I'd rather not hear those songs played. He can play others. I don't care to hear Pink Floyd lecture me on the evils of money either at a million dollars a show. David Bowie is on one knee four feet away from us with an outstretched arm pointing at the sky. It's okay Dave, I believe you. Great time to forget my camera.

Did the same thing for the Iggy tour with Bowie on piano. Good thing my head is attached. The crowd has taken a few moments after the ending of Word On A Wing before clapping. It seems almost out of respect. I've never seen anything like this ever happen before. People seemed to have more respect years ago than they do now.

I am at the front of the stage and am not being crushed. I usually manage to get this close at most concerts due to my size. Being small has its advantages because you can squeeze past people quite easily.

I was so crushed the last time I saw Bowie I wished I had a baseball bat. I will next time. Most of us have gone from a state of reverence to "party. Stacy Heydon reminds me of a kid let loose in a candy store. He is moving around and you can just see the excitement. What a break he got and he is enjoying every minute. We are not the only ones moving.

Bowie is swaying too. Both hands on the mike, hips sway, "This week dragged past me so slowly. Alomar and Heydon take over. Bowie leaves the stage. There is something about watching this that is difficult to reiterate. Several people I know who saw this tour in different places agreed with me. It was almost like it wasn't happening. It was more like watching a suspense movie on TV. You know the feeling where you are all wrapped up in the plot and can't get away.

Well, this show was so surreal that it was difficult to believe it was actually happening yet so intense you could not absorb it all. Riveted, for lack of a better word, to whatever this was. I'm Waiting For The Man is a non event. Bowie looks quite stoned. Bowie laughs at something Alomar said to George Murray. Tony Kaye is doing justice to Bittan. Heydon is swaying somewhat like a jack in the box. We are all smiles. He is out of step to the music.

Both index fingers play imaginary drums. This band is so tight. Their timing is perfect even though there are a lot of breaks added to the songs. It can't be easy yet it sounds effortless. My girlfriend hasn't spoken a word. She just stands there and stares.

Most people in here are like that now. You could have heard a pin drop. Is there life on mars? The guitar at the end is greeted with yells of approval. Bowie hit every note. The crowd is now reacting to the beat of drums. We all know this beat so well. Bowie starts acting out the song. He looks so serious. The fun is gone it seems. The return of the Thin White Duke. He leans against the microphone stand looking pensive.

At the end he buries his head in his hands. The crowd is rather quiet as the drums fade. The mood around here is pretty somber now. As the opening of Panic In Detroit slices through the air Bowie gyrates.

We all feel better now. This song should be put on every alarm clock. The vocal parts are over too soon. The band plays on. There is a long drum solo by Dennis Davis.

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