A horror crash has left three teenage passengers in hospital while the driver is still missing after fleeing from the scene.
Emergency services were called to Southern Cross Drive in Mascot, south Sydney, at just before 1am on Sunday to reports of a two-vehicle crash.
A 13-year-old boy had to be freed from a Kia by the Rescue and Bomb Disposal Squad before being rushed to Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick in a serious condition.
Two other passengers, girls ages 12 and 13-years-old, were taken to the same hospital under observation.
Three teenagers have been rushed to hospital after a horror-two car crash on Sunday morning, one of which having to be freed from the wreckage by a police rescue squad (stock image)
Police confirmed the driver of the Kia, which had been reported stolen in Alexandria on Saturday, fled the scene.
The driver of the Honda was uninjured.
Police have set up a crime scene and are investigating.
The crash occurred just hours after a man was killed in a two car crash involving a BMW and a seperate Kia at about 10pm on Saturday.
Emergency services arrived at Wentworth Avenue, in Pagewood, where they pronounced the passenger of the BMW dead.
The two drivers were treated at the scene before being taken to seperate hospitals, St Vincent’s and St George, in stable conditions.
A crime scene has been established to be examined and investigated by the Crash Investigation Unit.
Anyone with information or dashcam footage relating to either crash has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers.
The driver of the Kia, which was reported stolen, left the others behind after fleeing from the scene of the crash on Southern Cross Drive, in South Sydney’s Mascot (pictured)