Crash under investigation
Police are still investigating the cause of Monday afternoon’s crash.
Both the sedan and the station wagon had to be towed from the scene, and fire crews mopped up an oil spill from one of the vehicles.
Officers spoke with both drivers at the scene, after they were assessed by paramedics.
One man was taken to hospital.
Local residents said the intersection was notorious with several crashes or near misses in recent months.
One taken to hospital
Three people have been treated at the scene by paramedics while one person has been taken to hospital after Monday’s crash.
A spokesperson for Ambulance NSW said paramedics assessed a woman and a young girl who were not injuried.
A second man, who was trapped in the car, was treated at the scene while a fourth was assessed and taken to Tamworth hospital for further treatment.
He is believed to be in a stable condition.
Two men freed from wreckage
Two men who were trapped inside a car which flipped in South Tamworth have been freed.
Ambulance paramedics and fire crews worked to stabilise the car which was teetering on its side after the crash in South Tamworth on Monday afternoon.
Once the car was deemed safe, emergency crews broke the back window and the two men were able to climb out.
Both are being treated by paramedics at the scene.
Crash flips car
Two people are trapped inside a car after a crash in South Tamworth on Monday afternoon.
Paramedics are working to free two people inside a white sedan which collided with a station wagon at the intersection of Garden St and Hillvue Rd, just before 3pm.
Fire crews are working to mop up a spill and police are diverting traffic around the scene.
More to come.