A 29-year-old man was taken to Albury Base Hospital in a stable condition after a single-car crash on the Hume Highway, which occurred 50 minutes after another single-car crash on the same stretch of highway.
An Ambulance NSW spokesman said paramedics were called to reports of a single-car crash where the vehicle had left the highway about 10am.
He said one ambulance crew attended the crash, which occurred 600 metres from the Thurgoona exit.
"When they arrived on the scene there was one person, a 25-year-old male who didn't have any serious injuries and didn't require transportation," he said.
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Just under an hour later, at 10.50am, paramedics received reports of a second single-car crash, with another car having left the road on the same stretch of highway.
He said a 29-year-old male driver suffered some lacerations from broken glass and was taken to Albury Base hospital in a stable condition.
Police were also in attendance, with traffic affected.
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