A woman has died and nine others have been injured after an 89-year-old man drove into a cafe in Sydney’s north-west. The driver crashed into a table of customers sitting outside Sizac Cafe on Malton Road in North Epping at about 10.00 am. Police said the group of women had met to catch up over coffee when the incident took place. Liz Albornoz, 39-year-old, was rushed to Royal North Shore Hospital in a critical condition but soon died. Nine were treated at the scene, with four being taken to hospital in a stable condition. The driver is at Ryde Hospital for mandatory testing and the crash investigation unit are on scene.
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