Three badly burnt in fiery Albany crash
Three people have been flown to hospital in Perth after suffering life-threatening burns in a fiery car crash north of Albany early Thursday morning.
Police say a Ford Falcon travelling on Menang Drive in Willyung lost control and crashed into a tree before bursting into flames about 1.30am.
A passerby pulled the 23-year-old female driver from the fiery wreckage, along with the woman’s two male passengers.
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The two men, aged 21 and 23, and woman sustained serious burns in the crash.
The passerby then drove the injured trio to Albany Health Campus, before they could be flown to Fiona Stanley Hospital.
A hospital spokesperson has confirmed all three patients are in a stable condition, but they have a long road of treatment ahead of them.
Albany police are investigating the crash.
Anyone with information about the crash are asked to contact Albany Police or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Reports can be made online to www.crimestopperswa.com.au
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