Five people received superficial injuries when their car rolled on the Hume Highway near Table Top on Thursday morning.
A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said two people were transported to hospital with minor injuries in a stable condition following the single-car crash.
A 70-year-old man was treated for superficial head injuries.
A nine-year-old girl sustained cuts to her legs, while an 11-year-old boy hit his head and suffered bruising as a result of the crash.
Two women, aged 40 and 28, also received superficial injuries during the roll over.
Police, paramedics and fire fighters were called to the scene at 9.45am.
Emergency services are responding to a crash on the Hume Highway near Table Top which has brought traffic northbound to a standstill.
Police, ambulance and firefighters were all on scene, at the intersection of Tynan Road and the Hume Highway before 10.30am.
Traffic has almost come to a halt on the highway with cars banked up almost a kilometre towards Thurgoona.
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Residents have been advised to avoid the area.
Details about the crash have not yet been released.
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