Three seriously injured in multi-vehicle crash on NSW highway

Three people have been seriously injured in a shocking multi-vehicle crash in the NSW Southern Highlands.

Police said three vehicles came to grief on the Hume Highway at Apline around 12.30pm on Sunday.

Emergency crews arrived to find the driver of one of the vehicles with serious pelvic and leg injuries.


The man behind the wheel of the second vehicle and his female passenger both suffered serious fractures and abdominal injuries.

They are both believed to be aged in their 20s.

All three patients were taken to Liverpool Hospital where they remain this afternoon in a serious but stable condition.

The driver of a third vehicle, a 37-year-old woman, was treated at the scene for shock before being taken to Bowral Hospital.

The crash site was declared a crime scene and examined by investigators from the forensic crash unit.

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