An Irish man is due in court next month charged over a crash in Australia, in which two men were seriously injured.
Police say the 22-year-old was the alleged driver of a car involved in the collision at the weekend in Sydney.
He was arrested at Sydney Airport on Monday night, after he boarded a flight to Dublin.
His plane was requested to return to the boarding gate.
Early on Saturday a Mazda 323 was travelling north-west in the suburb of Chifley, when it lost control and collided with a parked Toyota Hiace van.
The driver and a rear passenger fled the scene.
A 25-year-old front passenger and a 27-year-old rear passenger were trapped in the car for some time, before being freed by emergency services.
Both men were taken to separate hospitals where they are in critical but stable conditions.
The arrested man was taken to hospital, under police guard, for treatment to injuries he sustained during the crash.
He was then released into police custody and charged.
He was charged with dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm, failure to stop and assist after vehicle impact causing grievous bodily harm, as well as two counts of causing bodily harm by misconduct, in charge of a motor vehicle and failure to stop and assist after impact cause injury.
He was refused police bail before appearing in court on Tuesday, where he was granted conditional bail to appear in Downing Centre Local Court on Thursday August 15th.
Police say inquiries are continuing to locate the fourth man.
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