It was fortunate no one was injured in the third vehicle collision across the Riverina this weekend.
It comes after a car had reportedly rolled over between Blowering and Tumut on Monday afternoon.
Police rushed to the scene after 2.20pm, but the driver was already out of the vehicle and declined an ambulance.
Emergency services are rushing to the scene of a second collision near Tumut this June long weekend.
It follows reports a car had rolled over on the Snowy Mountains Highway after 2.20pm on Monday.
Drivers near the area – 15 kilometres west of the Riverina town – have been advised to exercise caution, with traffic in both directions having been affected.
The Daily Advertiser is awaiting confirmation regarding casualties.
It comes after an earlier single-vehicle collision, near Holbrook and a tragic crash near Tumut on Sunday morning.
Paramedics, members of the NSW SES and police rushed to Kyeamba after 1.15pm on Monday, following reports a car, towing a caravan, had left the road and hit a tree.
A woman was rescued from the vehicle and rushed to Wagga base hospital with possible injuries to her leg, pelvis and shoulder.
Less than 48-hours earlier, a 40-year-old passenger was killed when the vehicle he was travelling in, left Wee Jasper Road at Bombowlee and hit an embankment after 7.30am.
More to come.
NSW - TUMUT Snowy Mountains Hwy at 15km west of Tumut— TAccidentReport (@TAccidentReport) June 11, 2018
Started today 2:22pm
Impact: Impact Traffic affected in both directions.
Attending: Emergency service(s), RMS
Advice: Exercise caution
Other Info: A car has rolled over.