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Six people hurt in Old Noarlunga taxi crash


Six people have been taken to hospital after their taxi crashed into a brick wall on Main South Road, with a part of the Southern Expressway closed to northbound traffic.

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Police say they were called to the corner of Seaford Road and Main South Road at Old Noarlunga shortly after 2am on Wednesday after the taxi crashed into the brick wall in front of a local business.

The passengers – two 16 year old girls, an 18 year old woman, a 14 year old boy and a 26 year old man – were taken to the Flinders Medical Centre with non-life threatening injuries.

One of the occupants was trapped and had to be cut from the vehicle.

The 20-year-old driver was also taken to hospital with minor injuries and police say he will be subject to mandatory blood tests.

Main South Road is currently closed to northbound traffic between Griffiths Drive and Seaford Road while police investigate the crash.

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