EMERGENCY services have mopped up a small fuel spill after a car towing a caravan collided with a fuel tanker near Tamworth.
The accident occurred on Werris Creek Road at Werris Creek, shortly before midday on Monday.
It's understood a four-wheel-drive towing a caravan collided with a fuel tanker, forcing the caravan to run off the road and roll.
The crash damaged the truck, but the fuel tanker's load was not impacted.
A spokesperson for Fire and Rescue NSW said three crews from Tamworth and Quirindi were deployed to the crash site along with a Hazmat unit.
Crews worked with the Rural Fire Service to clean a small fuel spill up, after fuel from the truck leaked into the soil.
The spill was contained and firefighters spent more than an hour mopping up the scene.
No one was injured in the crash, and even Max the cockatiel in the car, escaped unscathed.
The crash caused minor delays with reduced speed zones setup for crews.
A guard rail was also damaged and investigations into the crash are continuing.