Teen dies in horror Hurstville crash

| 08.08,20. 11:00 PM |

Teen dies in horror Hurstville crash

Teenager killed in high-speed crash

A 19-year-old man has died after a car he was a passenger in hit a telegraph pole in Sydney this morning.

Shortly after 2:15am a purple coupe was travelling along King Georges Road in Hurstville when it lost control and struck a power pole.

Emergency services were called for help, with a police officer commencing CPR on the teenager until NSW Ambulance paramedics arrived.

Tragically he passed away at the scene.

The driver of the car, another 19-year-old man, was treated for pelvic injuries and was taken to St George Hospital in a serious condition.

A third man, also 19, was trapped in the back seat of the car and was also taken to St George Hospital with knee and foot injuries. He is in a stable condition.

Police are investigating whether speed was a factor in the crash.


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