Police Investigate Campbelltown Crash Injuring A Motorcyclist & His Passenger
Police seek help from the public
Two people have been injured in a crash involving a motorcycle and a car in Campbelltown yesterday afternoon.
A motorcyclist and their passenger have wound up in hospital after being involved in a collision with a car on the intersection of Lower North East Road and Glynburn Road yesterday.
The car and the motorcycle collided at around 4:10PM during peak-hour traffic on Tuesday afternoon.
The 47-year-old male Motorcycle rider and his 54-year-old female passenger were transported to hospital in critical condition.
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The 17-year-old female driver of the Holden Commodore and her 14-year-old male passenger were taken to hospital to be assessed but were not injured.
The motorcycle rider and his passenger have since been downgraded to non-life threatening.
Police have launched an investigation into the crash and are seeking any witnesses or footage obtained by dashcam.
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