The driver of the car in which young Adelaide netballer, Ivy-Rose Hughes, was killed in February has been charged with causing the teenager’s death.
- Ivy-Rose Hughes, 19, was a passenger in one of two cars which crashed head-on
- The 21-year-old woman driving that car was arrested on Wednesday
- She has been charged with causing death and injury by dangerous driving
Ms Hughes was a passenger in a Mazda station wagon which collided head-on with a Mitsubish ute at the intersection of Main and Binney roads at McLaren Vale about 10:00pm on February 24.
The 19-year-old from Banksia Park died at the scene and seven other people were taken to hospital.
The driver of the station wagon, a 21-year-old North Haven woman, was yesterday…