Street race almost ends in tragedy as drifting Holden Commodore slams into three parked cars and sends a 12-year-old girl to hospital
- A 12-year-old girl has been injured in a horror car crash in Fremantle, Perth
- A Holden Commodore skidded out of control and slammed intro three cars
- The girl was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital with non-life threatening injuries
A young girl was nearly crushed when a drifting Holden Commodore slid out of control and slammed into three parked cars during a street race.
The 12-year-old girl was standing on a footpath on Beach Road in Fremantle, Perth, when the man attempted to drift his high-powered car.
Onlookers gasped as the driver lost control and slammed into a row of cars, injuring the innocent girl who was watching on from a distance.
Video footage showed the car turning onto Beach Road in Fremantle, Perth, and as it revved it’s engine the driver attempted to drift
‘F***ing idiot,’ one person yelled as they ran up to the car.
‘Oh f*** look at it,’ another said.
‘Oh there is someone in that car. Someone check if that person is alright!’
The girl was standing on the footpath behind the parked cars when the Commodore driver crashed into them, according to The West Australian.
The girl was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital for treatment to her hand after the accident, while the driver suffered suspected neck injuries.
A Western Australian Police spokesperson told the publication that the driver, a 29-year-old man, is helping with inquiries.
All four cars needed to towed and the car that hit them has been seized.
However as it tried to come out of the position the driver appeared to lose control and slammed into three cars