Teenager injured near Warrah Trig
A teenager has been injured in a serious crash at Warrah Trig.
A blue Toyota Starlet with four male occupants was travelling north on the dirt track from Patonga Dr to Warrah Trig, near Patonga, at about 5pm on January 10, when the vehicle crashed and rolled.
The front passenger, a 16-year-old boy, was pinned under the car.
The three other occupants exited the vehicle without injury and the driver fled the scene.
Emergency services arrived and the injured boy was airlifted to Royal North Shore Hospital with a serious arm injury.
A crime scene was established and officers from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit were investigating the circumstance surrounding the crash.
Inquiries were continuing to locate the driver.
Media release, 11 Jan 2017
NSW Police Media
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