Reports reveal an elderly woman has been rescued from her car, following a single-vehicle collision on Monday.
Emergency services rushed to the scene of the accident near Kyeamba after 1.15pm, after learning a car, with a caravan in tow, had ploughed into a tree near Holbrook.
An Ambulance NSW spokeswoman said the woman in her 70s had been trapped, with possible leg, pelvis and shoulder injuries.
It was confirmed five paramedic units had rushed to the area to help.
Volunteers from Holebrook’s NSW State Emergency Service unit assisted in rescuing the woman, who was rushed to Wagga Base Hospital shortly after 2pm.
A second occupant of the vehicle was assessed at the scene of the crash, but did not require further treatment.
Roads and Maritime authority have advised drivers in the area to exercise caution and expect delays.
NSW - KYEAMBA Hume Hwy— TAccidentReport (@TAccidentReport) June 11, 2018
Started today 1:38pm
Attending: Emergency service(s), RMS
Advice: Reduce speed
Other Info: A car has hit a tree.
It is the second collision recorded across the Riverina this Queen’s Birthday weekend.
It follows the tragic death of a 40-year-old man, near Tumut on Sunday morning.
Emergency services were called to Wee Jasper Road at Bombowlee, about eight kilometres from Tumut, just after 7.30am.
It followed reports a vehicle had left the road and hit an embankment.