A deadly crane crash on the side of a residential road in Sydney has left one person dead and another critically injured.
Authorities said two people have been arrested in connection with the crash, which occurred on the Sydney CBD.
Police are still investigating the crash.
The crane struck the ground, sending a white, two-foot-long piece of wood flying through the air.
A third person was in a nearby car, which is believed to have sustained significant damage, the Australian Federal Police said.
Cops were alerted to the accident shortly after 2:00 p.m. local time on Friday, police said.
A crane was hit and flipped over while trying to pull an old home from the ground.
Two people have now been arrested for the incident, the AFP said.
The crane, which was owned by a company called The King Crane, was carrying a crane in the Sydney area, according to The Guardian newspaper.
It was reported that the crane had been at the construction site for some time and had recently started to be used to move large construction materials.
One of the crane’s crew members had earlier reported seeing the young man in the car before he was struck, according the newspaper.
The driver of the car, who was not injured, has been identified as a man in his 20s.
He was driving a blue Mitsubishi Lancer sedan with Queensland licence plates from Sydney, according a statement from the Queensland Ambulance Service.
The ABC has reported that a large crane in Melbourne was also involved in the crash and had a crane and a trailer attached.