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A man has died after his ute veered off the road and into the front yard of a home in Leumeah, in Sydney's south-west.
Emergency services were called to Pembroke Road, Leumeah about 3.45pm after the vehicle crashed into the fence of a home and brought down dangerous live wires.
The male driver was the sole occupant in vehicle and died at the scene.
Officers attached to Campbelltown City Police Area Command have established a crime scene and will conduct inquiries into the circumstances surrounding the crash.
Ausgrid services attended to the live wires brought down as a result of the crash.
Pembroke Road is closed with local diversions in place. Motorists are advised to avoid the area and check Live Traffic NSW for updates.
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