Woman killed in three-vehicle collision
A woman has been killed and another man seriously injured after two cars and a truck collided in South Australia, with police urging anyone with dash cam footage of a vehicle involved to come forward.
A 19-year-old woman died at the scene and an 18-year-old man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after the crash near Ki Ki, about 125 kilometres southeast of Adelaide on Friday night.
The 35-year-old male truck driver was not injured in the collision, which is being investigated by major crash units.
Police said a blue 2002 Holden ute with personalised SA number plates was involved in the crash.
They said the ute was travelling in a westerly direction (towards Adelaide) and was believed to have overtaken heavy vehicles prior to the collision.
Police are seeking dash cam footage or witnesses to the ute's manner of driving prior to the crash.
Also on Friday, a woman and man in their 60s were killed when the ute they were driving rolled in the state's north.
Fifty-seven people have lost their lives on South Australian roads this year, compared to 33 at the same time last year.