Teenager killed,another injured after crash in Carlingford

A teenage boy has died and another is in hospital after a crash involving a car and a pedestrian in Sydney’s north-west on Thursday morning.

The driver of the vehicle,a 90-year-old woman,has been taken to Westmead Hospital to undergo mandatory testing.

The scene of the crash at Carlingford on Thursday morning.

The scene of the crash at Carlingford on Thursday morning.Nine News

Emergency services were called to Rembrandt Street,Carlingford,about 11.20am following reports of a crash.

NSW Ambulance paramedics treated a 17-year-old boy,who is yet to be formally identified,but he died at the scene.

A second boy,aged 17,was also injured and taken to Westmead Hospital in a serious but stable condition. As of 6pm on Thursday,he remained there in a stable condition.

Both boys are believed to be year 12 students at Carlingford High School,who were walking with at least one other student when the incident happened.

Police cordoned off Rembrandt Street on Thursday.

Police cordoned off Rembrandt Street on Thursday.Nine News

Parents at the school were informed of the incident and counselling has been offered for students.

It's understood year 11 and 12 students often go to the shopping centre on Rembrandt Street during their breaks.

Officers from Ryde Police Area Command have established a crime scene,to be examined by specialist officers attached to the Crash Investigation Unit.

Police have urged witnesses and those possessing dashcam footage of the incident to contact Crime Stoppers.

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Millie Muroi is a reporter at The Sydney Morning Herald.

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