Tragedy as a teenage girl and a driver in her twenties are killed after a Nissan Skyline bumps into another car and catches fire
- A Mazda 3 and Nissan Skyline collided with Ferntree Gully Rd in Oakleigh East
- Two people are dead and two are injured while one of the cars goes up in flames
- Researchers argue for information to determine what led to the crash
Two people are dead and two others are seriously injured after a fiery crash in Southeast Melbourne.
Victoria Police confirmed a Mazda 3 and a Nissan Skyline collided with one of the vehicles on fire at Ferntree Gully Road in Oakleigh East on Sunday at around 8 p.m.
The driver of the Skyline was a man in his twenties and was the only person in his vehicle.
He died on the spot.
The police plead for anyone with information about a car accident in Oakleigh East on Sunday evening, in which two people were killed and two others were injured (stock image)
There were four people in the Mazda 3, where both the male and female teenage passengers were taken from the back seats to the hospital in critical condition.
The female passenger was later declared dead, while the male remained in critical condition.
Another passenger has non-life threatening injuries.
& # 39; The driver of the Mazda and his female front passenger, both supposed to be in their late teens, help the police with their questions, & # 39; says a statement from Victoria Police.
Researchers determine what led to the crash.
Ferntree Gully Road in Oakleigh East Victoria (photo) where the incident took place
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