A 26-year-old man has died three days after crashing his car into bushes near Albany. Police confirmed that the man, who is from the Albany area, died in hospital on Monday night. The tragic development comes after paramedics rushed to the crash scene on Sand Patch Road in Torndirrup just before 11pm on Friday night. Police say a silver Holden Commodore was being driven in a north-easterly direction on Sand Patch Road when it crashed about 900m from the intersection of Princess Drive. The 26-year-old — the sole occupant of the vehicle — suffered critical injuries. Career and volunteer firefighters from Albany used the Jaws of Life to free him from the vehicle. He was taken to Albany Health Campus under priority conditions, arriving at the hospital just before midnight. It is understood he was later transferred to Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth. Major Crash Squad officers are investigating the crash and would like to speak to anyone who has information or saw the vehicle before the crash. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestopperswa.com.au. Dash-cam or mobile phone vision can be uploaded directly to investigators via this link.