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Emergency services at the scene of the crash. Picture: Supplied/Heliwest

Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash near Pardoo in the State’s North West.

About 6.20am this morning, a car rolled on the Great Northern Highway, about 10km west of Pardoo and 130km north of Port Hedland.

One of the three occupants was said to be trapped.

A BHP emergency response helicopter has airlifted one person to South Hedland for treatment.

Department of Fire and Emergency Services workers, BHP medics and St John Ambulance remain at the scene with the other two occupants.

The West Australian

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