Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has been taken to hospital, “badly shaken but ok” after a serious car crash in Sydney.
It is understood the 57-year-old Labor leader was driving when his Toyota Camry was ‘T-boned’ by a Range Rover in a serious collision in Marrickville on Friday afternoon.
He has been taken to hospital to have precautionary x-rays, and is “badly shaken but ok” a spokesman from his office said.
The other driver was not hurt, it is understood.
NSW Police told ABC the driver of the Range Rover was travelling west along Hill Street when he struck Albanese.
“The driver of the Toyota … was treated at the scene before being taken to RPA in a stable condition,” Police said.
“Officers attached to Inner West Police Area Command attended and have commenced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident. Enquiries are continuing.”
More to come.
By Tiffany Turnbull