One teenager is dead and another five have been injured in a horror crash involving eight cars in Sydney’s south-west.
Two vehicles went up in flames, leaving a number of people seriously injured including young teenagers.
Emergency services were called to Woodbine at Cambelltown Road at 7.15pm on Good Friday to find eight cars had collided.
One teenager is dead and another five have been injured in a horror crash involving eight cars in Sydney’s south-west
Two vehicles went up in flames leaving a number of people seriously injured at Woodbine, Cambelltown Road, after 7pm Good Friday (pictured)
A blue Holden Commodore, a Toyota Yaris, Nissan X-Trail, Ford Mondeo, Hyundai Santa Fe, Commodeore wagon, Kia Sportage and a Mitsubishi Lancer were all involved in the fiery collision.
The 18-year-old man was a passenger in the Kia Sportage and died at the scene, NSW Police said.
The teenager was given CPR at the scene but could not be saved.
A helicopter was brought in to airlift those seriously injured while others were rushed to hospital by road.
The other four people in the Kia Sportage – the 57-year-old male driver, two men aged 19 and 20 and a woman, 18, were all seriously injured.
The four passengers were hospitalised and have had surgery where they are in stable conditions.
A helicopter was brought in to airlift those seriously injured while others were rushed to hospital by road after an 18-year-old passenger of the Kia Sportage died at the scene
A number of people were seriously injured including teenagers and a 54-year-old man
Witnesses were able to free a man, 26, from the blue Commodore.
The 26-year-old was taken to Liverpool Hospital for surgery for internal injuries.
Three people were in the Commodore wagon driven by a man, 69, but only one female passenger was injured.
The remaining people involved in the crash – four women and two men – were assessed at the scene by paramedics before being taken to hospital.
They included a woman, 45, driving the Toyota Yaris, a woman, 35, driving a Nissan X Trail, a woman, 21 driving the Ford Mondeo, a man, 54, driving the Santa Fe and a man and a woman both aged 26 who were travelling in the Mitsubishi.
Investigators are still determining the cause of the tragic pile-up.
Investigators are still determining the cause of the tragic pile-up which injured so many