Two men have died following a single-vehicle rollover near Henty in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Emergency services responded following reports a Holden Colorado had left the Olympic Highway, rolled down an embankment before hitting trees, ejecting the occupants.
The incident occurred on a bend north of the Henty township about 2.25am, closing the highway for several hours.
Ambulance and police have both confirmed one man, aged 22, died at the scene.
The second man, aged 31, was treated for serious injuries but later died on the way to Wagga Base Hospital.
A crime scene was established and officers from Riverina Police District forensically examined the crash site.
The circumstances surrounding the crash are currently under investigation, with authorities urging anyone with information or dashcam footage to come forward.
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Volunteers from The Rock State Emergency Service attended the scene, along with police, paramedics and firefighters.
An SES spokesman said the crew had assisted the second man before he died.
"Our thoughts are with their families and also with all members of the different emergency services who attend the scene," the spokesman said.
The crash is the latest in a horror month of single-vehicle crashes across the region.
Only a week ago, a six-year-old boy from Lavington was killed during a crash at Mangoplah, which is still under investigation.
On September 3, a 11-year-old girl died after a van being driven by a 51-year-old woman left the Mid Western Highway at Rankins Springs and hit a tree.
Anyone with information about Sunday's crash is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.
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