Two people killed in a horrific Wheatbelt crash have been revealed to be international tourists who were holidaying in WA from Malaysia. Detectives from the major crash squad are probing the collision which took place near Kunjin on Sunday and also left two other people with serious injuries The two people who died at the scene — a 74-year-old driver and his 72-year-old female passenger — were travelling along the Brookton Corrigin Road when their Toyota Corolla collided with a campervan at about 3.20pm. The driver and passenger of the campervan — a 25-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman — suffered serious injuries and were flown to Royal Perth Hospital. Police Inspector Geoff DeSanges said early indications at the scene were that the vehicles had been travelling in opposite directions and collided head on. “The Corolla may have traversed the white line and gone on to the incorrect side of the road,” he said. “We’re yet to confirm exactly what transpired. “The occupants of the Corolla we believe were from Malaysia so they’re international. And they were here in WA for a short period of time.” Police were still seeking relatives of the pair to inform them of the tragic deaths. Inspector DeSanges said any loss of life was “deeply saddening”. “Serious and fatal crashes have an extreme ripple effect,” he said. “Something like this affects not only the family and friends of those deceased, but first responders and many others in the local community.” Major crash investigators are conducting an examination of the scene and are appealing for any witnesses to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report the information online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au. Dash-cam or mobile phone vision relating to this crash can be uploaded directly to investigators via this link Police are also calling for witnesses to a fiery fatal one-car crash near Northam late on Saturday night. At about 11.20pm on Saturday, a black Jeep Cherokee panel van was travelling east on Clydesdale Road in Grass Valley when the vehicle left the road and hit a tree before catching on fire. The driver died at the scene. Police want to speak to anyone who saw the Jeep Cherokee panel van travelling in the area prior to the crash, or who has dash-cam vision to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online here. If you or anyone you know has been affected by a road crash, contact Road Trauma Support WA on 1300 004 814.