A Koonawarra woman has been committed to stand trial on accusations she concealed the involvement of two friends in the alleged manslaughter of Daniel Merrett.
Holly Green will stand trial in Wollongong District Court on two counts of concealing the serious indictable offence of another and two counts of hindering the apprehension of a person who committed a serious offence.
Police will allege Green arranged to tamper with or destroy evidence in the days after she, Darren Butler and Andrew Russell allegedly fled the scene of a fatal fuel tanker crash in the early hours of May 18 last year.
The Crown will allege Green and the two men were in a Toyota Corolla that was chasing after a Ford Territory containing Mr Merrett and three others when the Territory crashed into the tanker at high speed, causing Mr Merrett to be ejected from the vehicle. He died at the scene.
The vehicle's driver, Jakaya Clulow, and passengers Kayleen Merrett and Thomas Johnson, were seriously injured in the crash.
Prosecutors will allege Russell was in possession of a gun at the time and was firing shots at the territory as it fled.
Butler and Russell will both stand trial next year on manslaughter charges, while Russell is also facing a second offence of discharging a firearm in a public place.
Meanwhile, the Crown will claim Green concealed from police "without reasonable excuse" Butler and Russell's alleged involvement in the crime, and failed to report to them information that might have been "of material assistance" in apprehending the two men.
Green remains on bail and will face Wollongong District Court for arraignment next month.