Two hurt in Seven Hills car crash

Two young passengers of a car that crashed into a wall at Seven Hills overnight have been hospitalised with serious injuries.

Police said the vehicle was driven by a 23-year-old  when it skidded into a brick retaining wall  early on Sunday morning. The crash occurred in an industrial area on Bearing Street.

The man, who was driving an HSV Clubsport, tested negative for drink driving.

Two people riding in the car were taken to Westmead Hospital with serious injuries.

One of the passengers, a 20-year-old woman suffering facial injuries and possible spinal fractures, had to be cut out of the car by NSW Fire and Rescue officers. The second passenger, a 23-year-old man, had severe back pain.

The collision is the second road incident this weekend involving multiple young people in Sydney's west.

P-plate driver Philip Vassallo died when his ute collided with a friend’s ute during a night out in Penrith on Friday.

His passenger and friend, Justin Galea, suffered serious injuries and is now in a stable condition at Westmead Hospital.

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