LATEST: Two teenagers have been flown to hospital after a crash near Murchison.
The 17-year-olds - a male and a female - were part of a group of five involved in the single-vehicle crash on the Shenandoah Highway (SH 65) about 2.45pm.
A Nelson-Marlborough Rescue Helicopter spokesperson said the vehicle rolled when it left the road while travelling south.
Firefighters from Murchison, police and St John paramedics from Murchison and Reefton also attended the crash site.
Two 17-year-olds suffered moderate injuries and were flown to Nelson Hospital.
A third person was flown by the NZCC Greymouth Rescue Helicopter to Greymouth Hospital, while the remaining two people in the vehicle were taken to hospital by road.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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