A five-year-old boy was the only survivor in an car accident that killed three adults yesterday in Scone.
The car carrying the four passengers - including the boy's father and grandfather - plunged off a 200 metre cliff, The Daily Telegraph reports.
A neighbour, known only Bill, who was first on the scene said: ‘It was pretty bad yesterday.’
‘It’s bloody steep up there and when the grass is so green, you can’t get any traction,’ he added.
The conditions were so terrible that Paramedics could only access the crash site by quad bikes.
The boy was flown to Scone Hospital before he was taken to John Hunter Hospital, in Newcastle, by ambulance and is in a stable condition.
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