A man has been flown to hospital after emergency services were called to a report of a serious motor vehicle crash in the state's west.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter based at Dubbo was called to assist on Saturday afternoon.
The helicopter was tasked by NSW Ambulance at 1.05pm to a report of a serious motor vehicle crash at Euabalong, west of Condobolin, the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service reported.
Local NSW Ambulance paramedics carried out initial treatment and transported the 61-year-old male patient who had suffered arm and shoulder injuries to Condobolin Airport to meet up with the helicopter and the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team.
The patient was further stabilised for flight and airlifted to Orange Hospital in a stable condition for further treatment.
On Sunday the patient remained in hospital and a Western NSW Local Health District spokeswoman said the he was in a stable condition.
The service was also called out to the state's north-west in a second job on Saturday afternoon.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked by NSW Ambulance to a report of a person who had fallen from a cherry picker suffering serious injuries at a Warialda property at 1pm, the service reported.
Local NSW Ambulance paramedics and the Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team treated and stabilised the 43-year-old male who had fallen eight metres from the cherry picker, the service said.
The patient was flown to Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital in a stable condition with chest injuries.