Suspected car bomb kills two in Australia
A car bomb is suspected to have caused an explosion in Adelaide this morning which has killed two people, one of whom was a known drug dealer.
The late-model gold Commodore sedan blew up in Truscott Rd, Enfield, at 5.20am, waking nearby residents who had their windows blown out.
The vehicle was hired yesterday by a 30-year-old northern suburbs man who had a criminal record for drug offences.
Holden Hill police chief Superintendent Barry Lewis said the man was known to police.
"The man ... has a history of drug convictions," he said.
Video and pictures from the scene show that the drivers' body was blown out of the car and across the street while his passenger died inside the vehicle, which was parked outside a vacant house.
Video of aftermath of car bombing (warning, footage may upset some viewers)