POLICE | Three in Liverpool hospital after Campbelltown car crash

Generic image. Liverpool hospital's emergency department. Picture: Simon Bennett
Generic image. Liverpool hospital's emergency department. Picture: Simon Bennett

Police are appealing for witnesses to a single-vehicle crash at Macarthur yesterday morning which left three people seriously injured and sent to Liverpool hospital.

About 11am on Thursday, December 5, emergency services responded to reports that a Toyota Hilux had crashed into a wall on Campbelltown Road near Queen Street at Campbelltown.

Police were told the Hilux was travelling south on Campbelltown Road in the far-right lane when it veered across the lanes and hit a wall.

Ambulance paramedics treated the two female passengers - a girl, 17, and a woman, 63 - and the male driver, 70, at the scene before they were all taken to Liverpool hospital.

The younger woman suffered serious internal injuries, spinal injuries and possible head injuries. She's since had surgery.

The older woman suffered a fractured wrist and spine and has suspected internal injuries. Her condition is serious but stable.

The man is being treated for neck injuries.

Campbelltown police officers are investigating the crash and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

In particular, investigators are seeking dash-cam video from any motorists who may have been driving along Campbelltown Road just before the crash.

  • Any information about this incident to CrimeStoppers, 1800 333 000. Information treated in strict confidence. You're reminded not to report crime via police social-media pages.

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