TWO women have died mysteriously within days of each other in a Seaford street.
In the first instance on 28 July a woman living in Carder Av died in what police said were “non-suspicious circumstances”.
A TV news report that night described her death as “mysterious”.
In the second instance a woman died the day after crashing into two parked cars and a fence in Carder Av, late on Tuesday 2 August.
Police said the woman driving a Toyota lost control and crashed, 9.30pm.
The 26-year-old was taken to Frankston police station where she returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.207 per cent.
The woman, of Wandong, was taken back to a Carder Av house and “left in the care of another person”. She was found dead at 9am.
Sergeant David Collins, of Mornington Peninsula Highway Patrol, said the woman had refused medical assistance at the scene and declined hospital treatment. He said she did not appear to be suffering any significant injuries.
Police are urging anyone who may have witnessed the collision to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.