Six vehicles damaged in Point Piper crash

Six vehicles were damaged when a Mercedes-Benz crashed into two vehicles heading in the opposite direction before hitting a number of parked cars in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, police say.

Remarkably no one was injured in the crash just outside Cranbrook School on New South Head Road in Point Piper about 7pm on Tuesday.

Witnesses who called triple-0 said one of the vehicles had overturned.

A NSW Police spokeswoman said a grey Mercedes A45 AMG hatchback was heading towards the city on New South Head Road when it collided with a Holden Rodeo ute and an Audi heading in the opposite direction.

The Mercedes then crashed into two other vehicles before coming to rest against the gutter.

The Holden Rodeo crashed into a vehicle heading in the same direction.

The driver of the Mercedes, a 27-year-old Pyrmont man, was given a roadside breath test and the result was negative, police said.

Police seized the Mercedes for further examination and investigations into the crash are ongoing.

No charges have been laid.

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