Two injured in Westfield electric car incident

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One man in his 50s was treated for minor head injuries and another man aged in his 30s was treated for chest injuries after being hit by a display car in Westfield Liverpool on Saturday.

They were both taken to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition.

Emergency services responded to reports of an incident involving an electric car on display at the shopping centre just after 12.30pm.

Officers attached to Liverpool City Police Area Command have been told a teenager was sitting in the vehicle when it accelerated forward smashing a glass panel.

It then reversed into a department store hitting two people.

Police say officers spoke to a 14-year-old boy at the scene, who was allowed to leave with a family member; however, inquiries are continuing.

SafeWork NSW will be investigating the incident with assistance from police.


Police are appealing for public assistance to locate this woman, who missing from South Western Sydney.

Renee Stanton, aged 43, was last seen on Queen Street, Campbelltown, on Sunday, February 25.

When concerns were raised for her welfare and she could not be located, officers attached to Campbelltown Police Area Command were notified and commenced inquiries into her whereabouts.

Police and family hold serious concerns for her welfare.

Renee is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 167 cm tall with slim build and brown hair.

She is known to frequent the Campbelltown and Liverpool areas.

Anyone with information into her whereabouts is urged to call police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


A teenage boy missing from Thirlmere has been located safe. The 16-year-old was last seen on January 30 after being dropped off at Picton railway station by a family member.

Following inquiries, the teenager attended Narellan Police Station on March 13. Police would like to thank the media and the community for their assistance.

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