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A driver has suffered critical injuries in a head-on collision with a road train in South Australia's Mid North early this morning, hours after a pedestrian was killed by a truck in Adelaide.
Police said the driver of the car involved in the head-on crash near Port Arthur, at the northern tip of Gulf St Vincent, would be flown to hospital in Adelaide.
The car was travelling east on the Yorke Highway and collided with the truck travelling west just before 5:00am, about 4 kilometres west of the Copper Coast roundabout.
The truck driver was not injured and the Yorke Highway is closed to all traffic heading to and from Ardrossan.
The crash was one of three serious incidents on South Australian roads overnight.
Hours earlier, three men were injured in a car rollover in South Australia's Riverland.
Police were called to the rollover about 2:45am, near the intersection of the Sturt Highway and Lindsay Point Road at Paringa.
Two men have been taken to hospital and another is in a life-threatening condition at the scene, police said.
Traffic delays are expected for several hours as Major Crash investigators examine the site.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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