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The two friends of crash driver Shania McNeill who filmed her before she died have revealed why they posed for selfies in hospital just hours after the crash. 

In an exclusive interview with Sunday Night, passengers Hazel Wildman and Faeda Hunter spoke candidly about how the 'horrifying' night has torn apart their lives.

Ms McNeill, 21, was killed when she crashed her pink Suzuki head-on into a Nissan Micra while driving from a party in Sydney's west just before 1.15am on April 28. 

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In an exclusive interview with Sunday Night , passengers Hazel Wildman (right) and Faeda Hunter (left) spoke candidly about how the 'horrifying' night has torn apart their lives

The two friends of Snapchat crash driver Shania McNeill, 21 (pictured) who filmed her before she died have revealed why they posed for selfies in hospital just hours after the crash

The two friends of crash driver Shania McNeill, 21 (pictured) who filmed her before she died have revealed why they posed for selfies in hospital just hours after the crash

The 21-year-old, along with her passengers Ms Wildman and Ms Hunter, had been drinking at a club in Richmond, west of Sydney, earlier that night. 

One of the last videos of Ms McNeill posted on showed her driving erratically across double lines and playing chicken with oncoming traffic. 

The outrage sparked by the videos among police and the public erupted into international headlines when Ms Wildman posted a selfie from the hospital hours after the crash.

She was bloodied and wide-eyed, looking into the camera, and Ms Hunter was in the background on a hospital bed. Both were in neck braces.

On Sunday, the women claimed they weren't aware Ms McNeill had died when the picture was posted online. 

When asked why she posted the selfie, Ms Wildman said she had messages already coming through on her phone, with people wondering what's going on.

'We just put it (the photo) out there to say we're all good, we're okay, I thought Shania was still with us at that time.' 

The outrage sparked by the videos among police and the public erupted into international headlines when Ms Wildman (pictured) posted a selfie from the hospital after the crash

The outrage sparked by the videos among police and the public erupted into international headlines when Ms Wildman (pictured) posted a selfie from the hospital after the crash

The pair said they didn't realise their 21-year-old friend had died at the scene of the crash and thought she had come to hospital in another ambulance.  

'She looked like she was just sleeping. And happy

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