Recently, a 30-year-old Woolworths employee on the Central Coast drove a head-on collision with a Land Rover. The man died on the spot. Just an hour before the accident, the man left a message on social media saying: “This is fate. No need to smile fakely!"

According to the "Daily Mail" report, at about 11 am last Wednesday, Woolworths employee Todd Talbot drove a Mitsubishi Lancer and a Range Rover Evoque collided head-on and died on the spot. The two on the Land Rover were 70 and 91 years old. The old man and a woman were seriously injured and were taken to the hospital for rescue.

According to reports, the accident occurred on Wilfred Barrett Drive in Magenta, and just an hour before the accident, Talbot posted a strange message on Facebook: "Sorry, this is my life, finally I don't have to smile!"

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The police said that Talbot was driving south at the time and traversed to the opposite side and collided head-on with the Land Rover.

Regarding Talbot's death, a Woolworths spokesperson said that he had expressed condolences to his family. The 91-year-old injured in the accident has been discharged from the hospital, and the condition of another elderly man has stabilized. It is reported that another female injured was transferred to another smaller hospital to continue treatment.

At present, the police have not announced the specific cause of the accident.