Street racer pleads guilty to horror crash that left man seriously injured | 7NEWS

Street racer pleads guilty to horror crash that left man seriously injured | 7news

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The moments leading up to a horror street race gone wrong have been revealed in court. A young man was left fighting for life after a horror Monash Freeway smash, and today his friend pleaded guilty to his part in the crash.

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