苏州夜场招聘

Hume Motorway crash driver ‘travelling about 150km/h’, police say

Boxing Day crash: ‘They were travelling about 150km/h’ The scene of Monday morning’s accident on the Hume Motorway at Pheasants Nest. The single-vehicle crash happened about 5km south of Picton Road. Picture: Picture: Top Notch Video
苏州夜网

The scene of Monday morning’s accident on the Hume Motorway at Pheasants Nest. The single-vehicle crash happened about 5km south of Picton Road. Picture: Top Notch Video

The scene of Monday morning’s accident on the Hume Motorway at Pheasants Nest. The single-vehicle crash happened about 5km south of Picton Road. Picture: Picture: Top Notch Video

The scene of Monday morning’s accident on the Hume Motorway at Pheasants Nest. The single-vehicle crash happened about 5km south of Picton Road. Picture: Twitter / Paul Walker, 7 News

TweetFacebook7 News police interview – Pheasants NestOne of the rear passengers, a 19-year-old man, was ejected from the car.

He was taken to Liverpool Hospital, where he remainedin a critical condition on Monday night.

It took emergency services aboutan hour to free the other rear-seat passenger, also a 19-year-old man, before he was was taken to Liverpool Hospital.

He is in a critical but stable condition.

The front passenger, a 21-year-old man, was taken to Liverpool Hospital with serious injuries and remains in a stable condition.

The driver, a 19-year-old man, was taken to Liverpool Hospital with minor injuries. He remains in a stable condition.

“The roof’s destroyed, the wheels have beenripped off; I’m surprised anybody’s managed to get out of that alive,”Inspector Michael Bright, from Camden police, told 7 News at the scene.

“The collision appears to be the result of speed. We believe the vehicle was probably travelling at 150km/h, that vehicle has then lost control and left the roadway.

“Fatigue also seems to be an issue; the driver has driventhis morning [Monday] from Victoria.”

The Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit is investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.

This article first appeared on the Illawarra Mercury