An 18-year-old man has been charged after a crash in Sydney’s southwest which injured 5 of his teenage passengers.
The 5 teenagers had been taken to hospital after the automobile hit an influence pole in Beverly Hills about 6am on Friday.
The crash drew comparisons to an identical incident on September 6 when 5 highschool college students had been killed and an 18-year-old man was injured in a crash at Buxton, south of Sydney.
Two 16-year-old feminine passengers had been handled on the scene by paramedics and brought to St George Hospital in secure situations.
Two male passengers, 15 and 16, had been handled on the scene and brought to Liverpool Hospital in secure situations.
The motive force sustained minor accidents and was taken to Liverpool Hospital for obligatory testing and therapy.
One male passenger was launched from hospital, with the three others remaining underneath medical care.
On Saturday, police charged the driving force with harmful driving occasioning grievous bodily hurt, negligent driving inflicting grievous bodily hurt, trigger bodily damage in control of motorcar (x3), and drive while suspended.
He was refused bail and can seem by way of a bedside listening to on Sunday.