German police searching for two Australians after car crashes into tree in western Sydney
Two Australian men have been arrested and are being questioned by police in western New South Wales after a car crashed into a tree in a suburb of the state capital.
Key points:The car crashed through a fence and into a fence post, injuring one of the menPolice say the two men are in their 20sThe car was a Holden Commodore model car.
The two men were taken to the police station for questioningThe car is believed to be involved in an accident on Friday nightPolice are searching for the two Australians who are in custody.
They are believed to have been driving a Holden Cruiser, which is a Holden model car, in the town of Newby, near the border with Victoria.
They were arrested by police at around 9:15pm on Friday after the car crashed.
Police said the car, a Commodore, had been involved in a collision on Friday evening.
The car had been driven to a repair shop and had broken down, and the driver had broken his collarbone.
It is understood the man had been driving on a motorcycle, and police are investigating whether he was on a bike before the crash.
A spokesman for the Newby Police Department said police were treating the crash as “unfortunate and accidental”.
“It’s not uncommon for motorists to drive erratically and leave a number of cars and vehicles in the path of other vehicles,” a spokesman said.
“We’ve had a number on the scene where there have been injuries.”
It is not uncommon to have to repair or replace a car, or to have a car damaged or destroyed, and it’s something we take very seriously.
“When we get calls about an accident, we’ll dispatch a team of officers to the scene to investigate.”