Emergency services worked together to rescue a patient from a car, following a crash on Sunday.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said three crews were called out to Maher Street, Tolland at 7pm to attend a crash involving two vehicles.
"Two patients went to Wagga Base Hospital," she said.
"One 70-year-old female with hip and back pain, and one 60-year-old male with facial injuries.
"A third patient was a 39-year-old female who had neck pain and shoulder pain."
In an online statement, Turvey Park Fire and Rescue NSW said it arrived with NSW Ambulance and worked to stabilise the vehicle and set up fire protection while paramedics worked on an injured person.
"The occupant was trapped by injury and after some doors were removed the occupant was removed by ambulance and brigade personnel," the statement read
Riverina Police District officers also attended the incident.
More to come.