Three people have been treated by paramedics following a serious crash in central Albury.
Emergency services were called to Guinea Street, near David Street, about 3.45pm on Thursday.
A large number of police attended.
A car hit two other vehicles, including a Tonkin Plumbing van which was badly damaged.
Paramedics said a man in his 20s was taken to Albury hospital in a serious but stable condition.
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Another person was taken to Albury hospital in a stable condition and a third person was assessed, but didn't need to be hospitalised.
The incident led to Guinea Street being closed off near David Street.
A large amount of debris was scattered through the scene and multiple vehicles had to be towed.
"Police have been told a driver suffered a medical episode, before crashing into two vehicles," a police spokeswoman.
"Two of the drivers have been taken to Albury Base Hospital with minor injuries."
The incident reportedly involved a mental health issue, which police were unable to confirm.
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