3.30pm: A two-year-old boy is fighting for his life after a crash in Tolland.
The boy was air lifted to hospital this afternoon while an eight-month-old baby girl is also in a serious condition.
The toddler was air lifted by NSW Air Ambulance to Sydney Children’s Hospital at Randwick in a critical condition.
Ambulance treated four other patients, who all were in a serious but stable condition, according to Wagga Rural Referral Hospital on Wednesday afternoon.
The ambulance treated two 28-year-old women, one for a seatbelt injury and another for unknown injuries.
An eight-month-old baby girl and 17-year-old boy were also treated for a laceration to the tongue and abrasions to the stomach, respectively.
2pm: A woman and child have emerged shaken after a car crash in Tolland.
A witness said they saw a driver in a white ute speeding down Raye Street before it rammed into the side of the car with the woman and child.
“It was a terrible noise, like an airplane crash,” the witness said.
The driver mounted the kerb and then fled the scene.
Police called in sniffer dogs to search for him.
Five police cars, an ambulance and fire engine attended the scene just before 2pm.
More information, photos and video to come.