A young mother and her daughter have died in a car crash in NSW.
The incident happened on the Bruxner Highway near Boggabilla.
The woman was driving with her three children when her vehicle veered out of control and crashed into a nearby paddock.
Emergency services were called to the scene shortly after 11am.
The Boggabilla Rural Fire brigade was first on the scene after the vehicle rolled over into a field.
A 26-year-old woman and her four-year-old daughter were killed in the crash.
Two boys, aged nine and 1, were also taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
According to a witness, who was the first on the scene, she was able to call for help before she was able to assist the truck driver.
The Northern Daily Leader has confirmed that the victims were a woman and her daughter.
Police said the incident was a tragic loss for the community.
The fire brigade posted a message to the families of the victims on their Facebook page.
The highway was closed for over 14 hours following the incident.
A crime scene has been established and a report to the coroner will be prepared.