THE intersection of Carthage and White streets has reopened after a four-crash crash earlier this morning.
Emergency service crews were called to the scene about 8:30am this morning to reports of a four-car accident, a NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said.
"We sent six crews and upon arrival paramedics treated five patients and assessed them, none required transport to hospital," she said.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.
EMERGENCY services have been called to the scene of a four-car crash on the intersection of Carthage and White streets.
One lane was closed at the busy morning intersection before 9am, while NSW Ambulance paramedics, police and Tamworth Fire and Rescue NSW crews attended the incident.
It's not clear at this stage whether any of the drivers or passengers were injured in the crash, but there was limited visible damage to the second car.
The road is reportedly being reopened.
The intersection has been the scene of a number of car accidents in the past.