Teen dies after horror crash on Lygon Street in Melbourne
A 16-year-old girl has died in hospital after she was involved in a horror crash that injured four others in Melbourne.
Police said a Volkswagen Passat allegedly collided with a family's Alfa Romeo, which spun out of control and hit two pedestrians on Lygon Street in Carlton on Saturday.
The teenage girl from Brunswick was a passenger in the Alfa Romeo and was critically injured and taken to hospital, where she died today.
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The two others in the Alfa Romeo, a 61-year-old Brunswick man and a 53-year-old Brunswick woman, were hospitalised with non-life threatening injuries.
Two pedestrians, a 42-year-old man and a 40-year-old man, both from Carlton, were also hospitalised.
The Passat driver has since been charged by police over the incident.
Gulet Ahmed, 40, from Essendon has been charged with negligent driving causing serious injury, dangerous driving causing serious injury and possessing methylamphetamine.
He will appear before court at a later date.
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