Boy killed driving to the school bus

Last updated 12:10 24/07/2013

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An 11-year-old Australian boy has died after crashing a car into a tree while driving on a rural property in the country's west.

His nine-year-old sister, who was a passenger in the car, suffered an arm injury and was flown to Perth for medical treatment.

It was believed the siblings were driving on the Frankland River property's driveway to meet the school bus when they crashed.

The car overturned after hitting the tree, police said.

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