Seven people injured in minibus rollover

Five children and two adults have been taken to hospital after a minibus they were traveling in rolled northwest of Sydney. Picture: 7NEWS
Five children and two adults have been taken to hospital after a minibus they were traveling in rolled northwest of Sydney. Picture: 7NEWS

Five children and two adults were taken to hospital after a minibus they were travelling in rolled about 100km northwest of Sydney.

Emergency services rushed to the crash which happened about 9am on Saturday along Putty Road at Colo Heights.

Officers attached to Hawkesbury Police Area Command attended the scene and found a mini bus with two adults, aged 40 and 49, and five children, aged between 5 and 13, had rolled.

Five children and two adults were taken to hospital after a mini bus they were travelling in rolled at Putty Road in Colo Heights. Photo: CareFlight.
Five children and two adults were taken to hospital after a mini bus they were travelling in rolled at Putty Road in Colo Heights. Photo: CareFlight.
The scene of a crash along Putty Road in Colo Heights that injured seven people including five children and two adults who were all taken to hospital. Credit: CareFlight.
The scene of a crash along Putty Road in Colo Heights that injured seven people including five children and two adults who were all taken to hospital. Credit: CareFlight.

NSW Ambulance paramedics treated a 49-year-old man for a suspected broken arm and a 13-year-old girl for a laceration to her shoulder. Both were flown to Westmead Hospital.

A 40-year-old woman, a girl and three boys, were taken to The Children’s Hospital at Westmead Hospital via road for assessment.

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the seven patients were all in a stable condition when they left the scene.