Chidlow man, Rod Hasson, 38, was killed in a head-on crash in Mogumber on Wednesday.A family is mourning the loss of a 38-year-old Chidlow man they described as a “loving father, husband, son and brother”, after a head-on crash at Mogumber on Wednesday that claimed two lives.

Rod Hasson and a 32-year-old Three Springs woman died when their vehicles collided around 7.50pm on Wednesday night on the Bindoon-Moora Road in Mogumber, about 140 kilometres north of Perth.

His family issued a heart-rending statement:

“The family is absolutely devastated and heartbroken,” it read.

“Rod was a loving father, husband, son, and brother. Our hearts go out to the other two families involved in this tragedy.

“We thank everyone for their overwhelming support.

“We would like to grieve in private with our family and friends. Thank you.”

Major Crash officers are investigating the fatal crash and a spokeswoman said it appeared that a Ford Territory station sedan had been travelling south while a Holden Epica sedan had been travelling north.

“Mr Hasson and a woman (details yet to be confirmed) died at the scene,” she said.

A passenger in the Ford received critical injuries and was flown to Royal Perth Hospital by the RAC rescue helicopter.

Police would like to speak to anyone who saw either vehicle before the crash or the crash itself.

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