Serious Crash at Lyndoch
Police are investigating a serious crash at Lyndoch overnight.
About 11.40pm on Saturday 8 September police and emergency services were called to a three car crash on Williamstown Road near Mamba Road.
A Holden, Nissan and BMW sedans collided before the Holden came to rest against a tree.
The male driver of the Holden was taken to the Lyell McEwin Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
As a result of the crash, the Nissan sedan had rolled down an embankment, trapping one of its occupants.
A woman aged in her 60’s had to be cut from the vehicle and was airlifted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment. Her injuries are not considered life threatening.
A female passenger of the Nissan was also taken to the Lyell McEwin Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Major Crash Investigators attended the scene to examine the circumstances surrounding the crash.
Williamstown Road was closed for several hours but is expected to reopen shortly.