Seven people were treated, and two flown to hospital by ambulance, after a serious accident near Coolah on Sunday.
Shortly after 2pm, emergency service crews were called to the intersection of the Warrumbungle Way and Black Stump Way after two vehicles collided.
Early indications from police suggest one of the vehicles had failed to give way, resulting in the accident.
As a result seven people were treated at the scene by ambulance for scratches and bruising
Some were then conveyed to Coolah Hospital for further examination.
One person was also treated for shock and possible internal injuries and flown by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle for further treatement
On Monday, police reported that everyone involved in the accident was in a stable condition with non life threatening injuries.
Police are now appealing to to any witnesses to the accident to come forward and make contact with Mudgee Police on 6372 8599.