Final update: 2pm
An 80-year-old man and 76-year-old woman were transported to Wagga Base Hospital in a stable condition following a vehicle rollover this morning.
One northbound lane was closed after 11.20am and later re-opened after 1pm.
Ambulance NSW Wagga station officer Darren Rudd said while they were not trapped, emergency services were needed to help extract the elderly pair.
Emergency services have rushed to a single-vehicle collision outside Tarcutta on Tuesday morning.
NSW - TARCUTTA Hume Hwy at 5 Kms South Of Tarcutta— TAccidentReport (@TAccidentReport) May 16, 2017
Started today 11:20am
Attending: Emergency... https://t.co/1BwC3HvgxT
Police duty officer Adrian Telfer said a driver and passenger were reportedly travelling northbound on the Hume Hwy when the collision occurred after 11.20am.
TARCUTTA: 1 of 2 northbound lanes close on Hume Hwy due to a car crash 5 Kms South Of Tarcutta. Emergency services on site, use caution.— Live Traffic NSW (@LiveTrafficNSW) May 16, 2017
The (approximately aged) 60-year-old man and woman were reported trapped but conscious and breathing, five-kilometers south of Tarcutta.
One of two northbound lanes were closed following the incident.
More to come.