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Anthony Albanese is the leader of the Federal Opposition who was involved in the two-car crash on Hill Street in Marrickville, in Sydney’s inner-west, on Friday afternoon just before 5 pm. He has been rushed to hospital after a ‘serious’ car crash just meters from his home.

He was treated at the scene and later taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital for precautionary X-rays.

How old is Anthony Albanese?

Anthony Albanese is 57 years old.

Anthony Albanese involved in a car crash just meters from his Sydney home

A spokesperson for Anthony Albanese said he was ‘heavily shaken’ but ‘okay’, with the other driver uninjured in what was described as a ‘serious accident.’

Daily Mail Australia understands Albanese was alone in the car at the time of the accident.

Witnesses said Albanese’s car appeared to be ‘t-boned at the intersection with Glen Street. The politician also reportedly appeared to point to his left shoulder while talking with paramedics moments after the crash.

Another witness report said a P-plate driver allegedly collided with the vehicle Mr. Albanese was in.

Marrickville local Nikoleta Kastanis described the crash scene as ‘chaos’.

‘I didn’t know it was (Albanese) at first until he got out of the car,’ she told the Daily Telegraph.

‘The paramedics came and checked him out… he seemed really shaken up, he could walk but he just seemed totally in shock.’

What we know so far

An NSW Police spokeswoman said officers have been told a Toyota Camry was hit by a black Range Rover driven by a man, 17.

‘The driver of the Toyota, a managed 57, was treated at the scene before being taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in a stable condition,’ the spokeswoman said.

‘Officers attached to Inner West Police Area Command attended and commenced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

‘Inquiries are continuing.’

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