THREE people have been injured, one seriously, following a two car crash at Moorebank overnight.
Just before 9pm, emergency services responded to reports that two cars had collided on Newbridge Road.
On arrival officers from Liverpool Local Area Command found a VW Golf and a Hyundai i20 had collided.
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The driver, a 17-year-old teenage boy was uninjured. He underwent a breath test with a negative result.
Police have been told that the passenger of the Golf, a teenage boy aged 17, got out of the car shortly after the collision and collapsed on the roadway.
He was taken to Liverpool Hospital in a serious condition suffering from non life threatening abdominal injuries.
The two occupants of the Hyundai, a female aged 65 who was the driver and a man aged 40 who was the front passenger, suffered from minor injuries. They were taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment.
Early investigation indicates that the VW was driving on Newbridge Road and the Hyundai has driven out of Kelso Crescent onto Newbridge Road, when the two cars have collided.
Investigators are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision that has not yet spoken to police, are urged to contact Crime Stoppers or Liverpool Police Station.