The New England Highway has reopened to traffic after an earlier two car collision.
Motorists are being allowed to pass in one direction at a time with alternating stop and go traffic conditions in place, after the earlier crash which injured three people.
Drivers are being urged to allow extra time for their journey.
A teenager and two women have been rushed to Tamworth hospital following a two-car collision that shut the New England Highway near Moonbi.
Multiple ambulances were sent to the site near Mount View Road, north of Tamworth about 10.30am on Monday, November 20, where paramedics assessed the injured.
A male in his teens was treated for suspected chest and abdominal injuries and a woman in her 20s sustained chest and hip injuries.
A woman in her 40s suffered a suspected leg injury.
The New England Highway near Moonbi is expected to be closed for some time, with light vehicles being diverted via Manilla Road, Garthoven Road, Wisemans Arm Road and Halls Creek Road to return to the New England Highway.
Heavy vehicles are being parked on site.
Motorists are advised to exercise caution and follow directions of emergency services or traffic crews in the area.
Officers attached to the Oxley Police Station have commenced an investigation into the cause of the crash.
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