A man has been seriously injured in a crash in Yorke Peninsula.
Just before 7.30pm on Tuesday, police and emergency services were called to Yorke Highway at Warooka after reports of a single car crash.
A Holden Monaro had left the road and travelled through scrubland before colliding with a tree.
The driver, a 24-year-old man from Flagstaff Hill, and the front passenger, a 31-year-old Warooka man, received minor injuries and were treated at the local hospital.
However, the rear male passenger, a 23-year-old man from Point Turton, sustained serious injuries and has been flown to the Royal Adelaide Hospital where he is being treated.
The highway was closed for a short time following the incident while emergency services were on scene, but was reopened in the early hours of yesterday morning.
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