Driver charged in Beverly Hills car accident that injured five teens

The driver of a car that crashed into a pole in the south west of the city and injured five Sydney teenagers has been charged.

Emergency services were called to Stoney Creek Road, Beverly Hills, at 6:00 AM on Friday, Sept. 16, after reports that a Honda Accord had crashed into a pole.

The car contained two female passengers aged 16, two male passengers aged 15 and 16 and a male driver aged 18.

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Firefighters had to disassemble the vehicle to free one of the teens, who was sitting in the back seat.

The two female passengers were treated by paramedics at the scene and transported to St. George Hospital in stable conditions.

The 18-year-old male driver suffered minor injuries and was taken to Liverpool Hospital for mandatory examination. Credit: 7NEWS

The two male passengers were also treated at the scene and taken to Liverpool Hospital in stable conditions.

One of the male passengers has since been released from hospital, the other three are still alive.

The 18-year-old driver of the Honda suffered minor injuries and was taken to Liverpool Hospital for mandatory testing and treatment.

He is now charged with dangerous driving resulting in grievous bodily harm, negligent driving resulting in grievous bodily harm, three charges of causing bodily harm by operating a motor vehicle and driving while suspended.

He was denied bail and will appear in a bedside hearing on Sunday.

The Honda Accord containing the five teenagers crashed into a pole. Credit: 7NEWS

The incident comes just over a week after a devastating car accident in Buxton, NSW, killed five teenage school friends.

Three girls, two aged 14 and one aged 15, and two boys aged 15 and 16 died when a Nissan Navarra ute spiraled out of control and crashed into a tree on September 6.

Funerals for all five teens have begun this past week, with mourners saying goodbye to 15-year-old Gabby McLennan on Saturday.

The crash has devastated the community in the Wollondilly shire, south west of Sydney.

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