NSW Police urge motorists to take extra care on roads after another three people were killed during Labor Day long weekend


New South Wales Police have pleaded with motorists to be cautious as thousands of holidaymakers return home at the end of the Labour Day long weekend on Monday.

Another three people in the state were killed in a trio of separate crashes in less than 24 hours on Sunday, taking the death toll from the four-day holiday period to eight.

The first accident occurred some time between 1am and 8am in Burrumbottock, about 30 kilometres north-west of Albury, when a Ford Falcon vehicle crashed into a tree.

The 22-year-old male driver died at the scene.

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