Eight people treated by paramedics after high-speed car crash in NSW

EIGHT people have been treated by paramedics at the scene of a high-speed car crash in Sydney.

The accident happened on O’Riordan Street at Alexandria around 1.30am on Saturday.

Police said a Toyota Tarago and a Kia Rio collided before the Toyota slammed into a tree.


The driver of one of the vehicles and seven passengers were treated by paramedics at the scene.

Of the injured, four passengers were taken to hospital for treatment to non-life-threatening injuries.

Police confirmed they are investigating if speed was a factor in the collision.

The Metropolitan Crash Unit is investigating.