A man has died after crashing his car into a busy supermarket during rush hour in Perth.
Key points:A 26-year-old man from the east of the city was taken to hospital after the crash at the Kingsland Shopping Centre on SaturdayMr Withers’ body was recovered from the crash site around 3:00pmMr Wethers was working as a chef at the shopping centre when he diedThe man’s name has not been releasedMr Wulfs had been working at the supermarket on Saturday when he was struck by a van driven by a 26-years-old woman, a WA Police spokeswoman said.
“Police have spoken to a 26 year old man from east Perth who has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving,” the spokeswoman said in a statement.
“He is in a critical but stable condition in the Royal Perth Hospital.”
Police have released a picture of the van involved in the crash.
A spokeswoman said the man’s family had been notified and a preliminary inquiry into the incident was ongoing.
“The investigation is continuing and the police are urging anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers,” she said.
Police say the 26-month-old boy is in hospital in a stable condition.
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