Mum Tries To Take Blame For Son's Hit And Run Killing, Police Say

Police allege she wasn't even in the car at the time of the incident.

Three people have faced court, charged with the alleged hit-and-run death of 20-year-old Yang Hao.

Debbra Hoskins, 50, Scott Hoskins, 21, and Ashley Killorn, 21, were all charged over the incident faced Wollongong Local Court on Saturday.

At first, Debbra attempted to take the blame for her son Scott (whose license was suspended), but police allege she wasn't even in the car.

Police also say Scott was driving and Killorn was his passenger at the time of the incident.

The two young men allegedly struck Hao on Thursday afternoon in Sydney's south, but they didn't stop.

Debbra Hoskins was granted bail after trying to take the blame for son.

Scott Hoskins was charged with various offences including dangerous driving occasioning death, proceeding through a red light and failure to stop and assist.

Ashley Killorn was charged with concealing a serious offence. Both men were refused bail.

Hao was found suffering critical injuries and she was treated at the scene.  She was then transported to St Vincent's Hospital where she later died.

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