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() Pathetic lover wiped his fingerprints from a stolen car before fleeing from scene of a crash – leaving his dying girlfriend inside the wreckage Hassan Wraydeh fled scene of a car crash which killed Georgina 'Gina' Abdallah Wraydeh apparently tried to wipe fingerprints before leaving girlfriend to die  The crash occurred in Punchbowl in 2016 and Wraydeh was charged last year 

By Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:48 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 02:52 BST, 2 September 2019

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A man who left his dying girlfriend in the mangled wreckage of a car he crashed wiped his fingerprints from the stolen vehicle before fleeing the scene.  

Georgina 'Gina' Abdallah, 38, was the passenger of a Mitsubishi EVO when it collided side-on with a Honda CRV in Punchbowl, Sydney's south-west, in August 2016.

The mother-of-two died from her injuries after her boyfriend of almost one-year Hassan Wraydeh fled the scene of the smash he caused, The Daily Telegraph reported.

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Georgina 'Gina' Abdallah, 38, was the passenger of a Mitsubishi EVO when it collided side-on with a Honda CRV in Punchbowl, Sydney's south-west, in August 2016

Georgina 'Gina' Abdallah, 38, was the passenger of a Mitsubishi EVO when it collided side-on with a Honda CRV in Punchbowl, Sydney's south-west, in August 2016 

Before leaving Ms Abdallah, Wraydeh wiped the car doors with his jacket to seemingly remove his fingerprints from the stolen car and crime scene. 

Wraydeh screamed: 'Gina, Gina, can you hear me?' moments after the accident, to which she took a few breaths and he added: 'she's

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