School boy, 17, is killed and his friend is rushed to hospital after 90-year-old driver runs into them on the footpath and leaves them pinned under her Mitsubishi
- Boy, 17, has died while his classmate is in hospital after they were hit by a car
- Woman, 90, was driving a silver Mitsubishi when she collided with the pair
- The woman has been taken to Westmead Hospital for mandatory testing
A 17-year-old schoolboy has died and his classmate has been rushed to hospital after a car ploughed into them.
A silver Mitsubishi, driven by a 90-year-old woman, collided with the pair on Rembrandt Street, Carlingford, in Sydney‘s north west at about 11.20am on Thursday, and also smashed into a van.
One of the boys, both aged 17, was reportedly pinned underneath the car while another was taken away in a stretcher.
Two pedestrians have been hit, with one suffering fatal injuries, by a silver Mitsubishi in Carlingford, in Sydney’s north west on Thursday
One patient is seen being carried into an ambulance on a stretcher
The driver was taken to Westmead Hospital for mandatory testing.
Paramedics, firefighters and police were all called to the scene.
Police are urging anyone who witnessed the crash to come forward.
More to come
Paramedics and firefighters were called to the scene in Carlingford in Sydney
The silver Mitsubishi crashed into the pedestrians and a white van
One pedestrian was killed during the accident on Thursday