A 70 year old man has been charged with allegedly crashing his vehicle intentionally last week.
He and two other people in the vehicle at the time were seriously injured.
The alleged incident occurred around 11am last Thursday.
Emergency services were called after reports a Toyota Hilux had crashed into a wall on Campbelltown Road, Campbelltown, near Queen Street.
Police allege they were told the Hilux was travelling southbound on Campbelltown Road in the far right lane, when it allegedly veered across the lanes and hit a wall.
Two female passengers aged 17 and 63 and the 70 year old male driver were all taken to Liverpool Hospital.
Both women remain in a serious but stable condition with spinal injuries and various fractures.
On Monday, police conducted a bedside hearing at Liverpool Hospital, where the driver was charged with two counts of intentionally causing grievous bodily harm to persons with intent.
The man has been refused bail and is due to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on February 5, 2020.
Police say he was released from hospital and is now in the custody of Corrective Services.
In a separate incident, police are appealing for information from the community to locate a man wanted on two outstanding warrants.
Emmanuel Vitoros is wanted by virtue of an outstanding revocation of parole warrant and arrest warrant.
The 45 year old is described as being of Mediterranean or Middle Eastern appearance, about 172cm tall, of a medium build, with dark brown hair and brown eyes.
He is known to frequent Sydney’s south west, including the Bringelly, Oran Park and Rossmore areas.
If sighted, members of the community are urged not to approach Mr Vitoros, but instead call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
Anyone with information relating to Emmanuel Vitoros’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au