Three men have died, and two others have been injured in a horrific smash in Perth’s south.
The Audi and Kia collided head-on on Sixty Eight Rd near Hearth Wy in Baldivis just after 5pm on Wednesday.
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A delicate rescue mission ensued after several people became trapped in vehicles.
However, the driver of the Audi, aged 24, and his two passengers, aged 24 and 21, died.
A fourth passenger, aged 21, was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
The driver of the Kia, a 44-year-old woman, suffered minor injuries.
7NEWS understands the impact of the collision was so strong the engine from one of the vehicles was thrown 80m down the road.
Four ambulances and the rescue chopper were dispatched to the scene shortly after frantic calls were made to emergency services.
“About 5.10pm, police and emergency services were called to reports of a head-on collision involving two vehicles,” WA Police confirmed.
The crash unfolded in front of several homes.
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