A motorbike rider has been hospitalised after crashing into two kangaroos on a rural road.
Emergency services were called to Balldale Walbundrie Road at Goombargana on Sunday morning.
A 52-year-old Albury man hit the kangaroos as they jumped in front of his path about 8.50am.
Sergeant Steve Schausinger said the rider was taken to Albury hospital with suspected broken ribs, and lower limb and arm injuries.
He said the injuries weren't life threatening.
In other highway patrol news, a drink driver has lost his licence after speeding through a roadworks zone.
Police intercepted the southbound vehicle on the Hume Highway about 9.20pm on Friday.
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The driver was caught travelling at between 135km/h and 145km/h in a 110km/h zone at Ettamogah.
Sergeant Schausinger said the man returned an alcohol reading of 0.098.
The 31-year-old Henty man lost his licence and must face court.
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