Police have charged a 18-year-elderly person over a deadly fender bender south-west of Sydney, which killed five youngsters.
The man supported non-perilous wounds in the Tuesday night crash at Buxton, and was the main survivor.
He was taken to Liverpool Hospital for treatment, prior to being delivered on Wednesday.
After he was set free from medical clinic, police captured him around 1:50pm on Wednesday, and he was taken to Narellan police headquarters.
He has been accused of five counts of perilous driving occasioning demise — driving in a way hazardous.
The Bargo man has been rejected bail and will show up at Picton Local Court on Thursday.
Police portrayed the location of the accident as “facing”.
Acting Inspector Jason Hogan, from the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit said the driver’s breath test at the scene was negative.
“At this stage, we are examining all lines of request, yet our fundamental examinations would demonstrate that speed is a potential consider connection to this accident,” he said.
Acting Inspector Hogan said the youngsters’ families were being offered help.
As examinations proceed, police are engaging for anybody with dashcam or online entertainment film to approach.
Anybody with data ought to contact Crime Stoppers.