The wreckage of two cars have been cleared off Bourke Street after a crash on Tuesday afternoon.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said paramedics assessed two patients, but only one was taken to Wagga Base Hospital with minor injuries.
Police officers have blocked off the scene of a two-car crash on one of Wagga's busiest roads.
Emergency services were called at 1.45pm to the scene on Bourke Street near Leavenworth Drive.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said paramedics were still there and assessing the patients.
Police have blocked off the scene and are directing traffic. Diversions are in place.
This week it was revealed that the Bourke Street crossing at Tolland shops is considered a "black spot" by Wagga City Council.
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An update to a 2019 request for council to provide a report on Bourke Street was provided in documents tabled at Monday night's council meeting, which listed some upgrades being considered.
"The Bourke Street pedestrian crossing at the Tolland shopping centre is potentially eligible for an upgrade as it has been identified as a dangerous black spot location (accident clusters)," the document said.
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