Police officer called to scene of fatal crash involving brother

A police officer called to the scene of a horrific fatal crash in Adelaide was the sister of a man involved.

Police officer called to scene of fatal crash involving brother

A police officer called to the scene of a horrific fatal crash in Adelaide was the sister of a man involved.

South Australia Police Chief Superintendent Joanne Shanahan, 55, along with mum Tania McNeill, 53, were killed  in Urrbrae on Saturday after their cars were hit by a Volkswagen ute driven by 20-year-old Harrison Kitt.

Mr Kitt's sister is also a police officer, and was called to the crash scene moments after the incident.

Ms McNeill's husband has publicly released a photo of the mum-of-one holding their son Bayley when he was a baby.

"That's her holding her world," he said.

Investigators today visited the Royal Adelaide Hospital, where Mr Kitt remains with serious injuries.

However, police would not confirm if they had interviewed him.

Their focus is now on what prompted Mr Kitt to travel at such a high speed, and whether he was suffering a mental health episode at the time.

At the crash site, floral tributes to the two women killed are piling up, as are social media commemorations online.

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