This happend in April....how sad. The engine was thrown 20 metres from the car!
Fatal high-speed crash 'worst' police have seen!
POLICE are investigating a crash in which two young men died in Marsfield early this morning as the "worst" they've ever seen.
Two men aged in their 20s died on impact when a late model Alfa Romeo sedan slammed in to a power pole on Epping Road at Marsfield around 3am.
Police say the Alfa Romeo must have been travelling at "ridiculous speed"
through the 80km zone when the crash occurred.
Forensic teams are about to remove the men from the vehicle, and police are still trying to establish what speed the men were travelling at before their fatal crash.
When police arrived around 4am this morning, they found a "horrific scene".
The impact of the collision split the car in to three parts over a 60 metre area across the outer west-bound lanes.
The front of the vehicle has been covered by tarpaulin and it remains wrapped around the power pole.
The car's engine was thrown 20 metres beyond the main body of the vehicle.
"In my 34 years in the police, it is the worst I've ever seen," Superintendent Peter Marcon from Eastwood police said.
"It's like the vehicle exploded on impact."
"It was quite horrific and pretty disappointing."
Crash investigation teams and Eastwood police are at the scene but are yet to identify the two men killed.
West bound traffic has been diverted along Eppping Road.
Police are also urging onlookers travelling east as they pass the accident not to slow down, but to carry on their way.
A Triple-O caller came across the accident sometime after 3am but so far no witnesses to the accident have come forward.
Supt Marcon said any person who may have seen the red Alfa Romeo in the Eastwood area should contact police.
A report will be prepared for the Coroner, as investigations continue.