UPDATE: A NSW Ambulance spokesperson on Thursday, June 29, said three people were injured in the June 28 crash. A child was also assessed at the scene but found to be unhurt.
A female aged in her 60s was treated for head and chest injuries and a possible fractured leg.
A male was treated for chest and back pain.
A second male in his late teens was treated for back and spinal pain.
5.51pm June 28: Three people were taken to hospital after an accident on the Princes Highway south of Moruya on Wednesday June 28.
Emergency services helped Moruya Fire and Rescue to free a female after the accident was called in at 5.51pm, said Moruya SES Unit Controller Jeff McMahon.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said the two-car accident occurred on the Princes Highway near Moruya TAFE.
More details as they come to hand.
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