Two young men have died when their four-wheel-drive drove off the edge of a cliff near Horrocks Beach in Western Australia.
About 3.45am on Sunday, police say they were called to an area about 10km north of Horrocks Beach, after reports a car had driven off a cliff.
The 4WD was being driven on a private property, before it sailed off the edge of the cliff and crashed 20m-30m below.
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Three men, all aged in their 20s, were inside the car at the time of the crash, however, only one made it out.
The other two men remained in the car and were later found dead.
The three men were part of a group of six, who were camping at nearby at Lucky Bay, The West reports.
It’s believed the three men left the campsite when they wanted to go four-wheel-driving in the middle of the night, the masthead added.