Man dies after 4WD rolls in NSW Far West

Sarah McPhee

A driver has died and his passenger is in a serious condition in hospital after their four-wheel drive rolled in the NSW Far West.

The Toyota Prado left the road and flipped on Menindee Road, about 20km southeast of Broken Hill, on Friday afternoon, police say.

A 57-year-old man died at the scene while his 63-year-old male passenger suffered serious injuries and was flown from Broken Hill Base Hospital to Adelaide for further treatment.

Meanwhile, a woman has died three days after she was critically injured in a car that rolled and caught alight in Daysdale, about 100kms northwest of Albury.

The 33-year-old female passenger was airlifted to Canberra Hospital after the Monday morning crash but died on Thursday night, police said in a statement on Saturday.

The car's 34-year-old male driver was airlifted to Melbourne Hospital in a stable condition with multiple injuries.