Three patients have been treated by paramedics after a truck rolled over on the Oxley Highway near Borah Creek Road.
At about 6.30am on Tuesday morning, emergency crews were called to attend the scene about 35km from Coonabarabran.
Paramedics treated a 21-year-old male's hand that went through the glass windscreen in the truck.
Fellow passengers, a 17-year-old female and an 18-year-old male, had no pain and were conscious and breathing.
They were all taken to Coonabarabran in a stable condition.
Coonabarabran Fire and Rescue cleaned up a minor fuel spill from the truck with absorbent material.
Rural Fire Service and police were also in attendance.
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ROCKY GLEN: Exercise caution & allow extra time in both directions on Oxley Hwy due to a truck crash near Borah Creek Rd. Emergency services attending. Alternating (stop/slow) traffic conditions in place, expect intermittent closures for vehicle recovery. pic.twitter.com/cu4Zb6lQdt— Live Traffic NSW (@LiveTrafficNSW) October 7, 2019