Two teenagers were airlifted to Orange hospital after a vehicle hit trees on a property near Trundle on the weekend.
Police were called to the property about 10.20am Sunday after a vehicle with four teenagers lost control and hit trees, a local police spokesperson said.
Two of the young people were ejected from the vehicle in the crash.
Paramedics rushed to the scene: two of the vehicle occupants were flown to Orange for medical treatment for their injuries, the other two were transported by road ambulance.
One teen suffered lacerations as a result of the crash, one suffered fractures and one a dislocated hip. One teen has escaped serious injury.
Central West police have established a crime scene, which was attended by officers from the crash investigation unit.
Police said inquiries into the crash are ongoing.
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