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Australia Teen charged after fatal Perth crash

11:20  05 october  2019
11:20  05 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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An 18-year-old Volusia County man, who was 17 at the time of a fatal crash last July, has been charged with DUI manslaughter. Subscribe to WESH on YouTube

A Perth teenager faces a dangerous driving charge after a crash in which a motorbike rider died. The 18-year-old man, from Serpentine, was driving at Hopeland on April 20 when his car collided with a motorbike coming in the opposite direction. The rider, 17 from Port Kennedy, died at the crash scene.

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A 17-year-old boy has been charged over a crash in Perth that left two teenagers dead.

A 19-year-old woman and a 17-year-old boy died after the car they were travelling in crashed into a tree on Coorain Street at Maddington about 10pm on Friday.

The 17-year-old driver was charged on Saturday with two counts of dangerous driving occasioning death.

He will face Armadale Children's Court on October 28.

Two other passengers, aged 17 and 18, are in a stable condition at the Royal Perth Hospital.

Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the crash or the black Holden Clubsport sedan prior to the crash to come forward.

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