Three children under the age of 10 were taken to St George Hospital after the car they were a passenger in was involved in a collision with two parked cars before landing on its roof at Sylvania over the weekend.
NSW Police said emergency services were called to Princes Highway, Sylvania, near Mowbray Street, at about 12.45am on Saturday, May 8, following reports of a collision involving three vehicles.
Officers from Sutherland Police Area Command arrived at the scene and were told a silver Audi sedan was travelling north before it was allegedly involved in a collision with two parked cars, flipped and landed on its roof.
The driver, a man, 42, was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics for pelvic injuries before being taken to St George Hospital in a stable condition.
His passengers, three children aged under 10, suffered minor injuries and were taken to St George Hospital as a precaution.
NSW Police held a press conference at Sutherland police station on Saturday about the accident, and a spate of other serious crashes over the weekend.
NSW Police said they were investigating a number of other serious crashes, including an accident in Sydney's west at 6.20pm on Friday night, which left one man dead and an elderly woman seriously injured.
Anyone with information about the Sylvania crash is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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