Teenager killed after car slams in to Sydney chemist

Teenager killed after car slams in to Sydney chemist

One person has been killed and several others injured, after a car crashed into a shop front at Kogarah, in Sydney’s South.

Police say a teenager was killed in the crash and four people taken to hospital, whilst the female driver is been treated for shock.

The vehicle ran off the road and in to a chemist, on the corner of Montgomery Street and Railway Parade, around 11:30am local time.

Police say a teenage girl was hit and trapped under the car, and she died from her injuries at the scene.

Paramedics said four people were taken to St George Hospital, including one person in a critical condition, and two in serious conditions.

The driver will undergo mandatory drug and alcohol testing, and police have appealed for any witnesses to come forward.

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