Four people, including two young children, have had a lucky escape after rolling their vehicle near Coolamon on Monday afternoon.
Emergency services rushed to the intersection of Mary Gilmore Way and Ardlethan Road, around 13 kilometres north of Coolamon, after receiving reports of a crash around 1.20pm.
"A car rolled down an embankment and ended up on its roof," NSW Police said.
"No one was trapped (and) it looks as though they were treated for shock."
Paramedics assessed four patients at the scene - a man and a woman in their 30s and two young children - a spokesperson for NSW Ambulance said.
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"They were all uninjured," the spokesperson confirmed.
Three crews of paramedics responded to the crash, with no one requiring transport to hospital.
It comes just two days after a woman was killed in a two-car head-on crash near Yarragundry at the weekend.
She was trapped in her vehicle after it collided with a ute towing a caravan on the Sturt Highway, around 15 kilometres west of Wagga, and despite efforts by emergency services died at the scene.
The road was closed for almost 12 hours and investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash are continuing.
Meanwhile, a rescue helicopter was seconded but eventually called off after a teenager was injured in a motorcycle crash near Darlington Point on Sunday afternoon.
Paramedics treated the boy at the crash site outside the township and transported him to Griffith Base Hospital by road.
It is understood he sustained minor injuries and abrasions in the accident.
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