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Pedestrians injured – Cabramatta

Thursday, 04 February 2016 03:52:46 AM

Police are investigating a crash in Sydney’s south-west which left two pedestrians injured.

About 11.40pm yesterday (Wednesday 3 February 2016), a Honda Integra was travelling north on Hill Street, Cabramatta, when it collided with two male pedestrians, aged 49 and 44, who were crossing the road.

Both pedestrians were taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment. The 49-year-old man received cuts and abrasions. The 44-year-old man suffered a fractured leg.

The driver of the Integra, a 38-year-old man, was uninjured. He spoke to police at the scene.

Police from Cabramatta Local Area Command are conducting inquiries.

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