A Murray Bridge youth was one of three people injured in a serious crash at Renmark on Monday, August 10.
Just before 2.30am, police patrols attended a crash scene on Renmark Avenue, where a stolen Ford sedan had crashed into a light pole, flipped and landed in the front yard of a property.
The driver was a 16-year-old boy from Murray Bridge, while the passengers were two men from Berri, aged 18 and 24.
All three were taken to the Berri hospital with driver and the 24-year-old being airlifted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital today with life-threatening injuries.
Police have alleged the Ford sedan was stolen from a Renmark address nearby a short time before the crash.