A TEENAGE boy has been killed and his mate injured in a horror single-vehicle crash in South Australia.
It happened at Tumby Bay, on the Eyre Peninsula about 4.40am on Saturday .
The two 18-year-olds were travelling along Bratten Road in a Holden sedan when it’s understood the driver lost control of the car and rolled it at speed.
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The sedan was ripped apart in the sickening smash and left barely recognisable after rolling multiple times.
Incredibly, the driver somehow survived and was airlifted to a hospital in Adelaide with serious injuries.
Sadly, his mate who was a passenger in the car was killed on impact.
The 18-year-old is the 46th person to lose their life on South Australian roads so far this year.
The road toll at the same time last year was just 29.
— Lauren Rose (@laurenrosevj) May 18, 2019