A TRUCK driver has been charged by police following a two-vehicle collision near Temora on Thursday.
Emergency services were called to Burley Griffin Way at Ariah Park about 1.30pm after reports of an accident between a black Volvo B-double and white Nissan Elgrand van.
A NSW Police spokesperson said inquiries into the collision suggest the B-double truck collided with the rear of the van, forcing it off the road, where it rolled.
The Nissan driver, a 45-year-old woman, was airlifted to Sydney's Royal North Shore Hospital after being ejected from the vehicle and sustaining spinal injuries.
Her two passengers, a 13-year-old girl and a nine-year-old boy, sustained injuries and were also airlifted to the Children's Hospital at Westmead.
The police spokesperson said the 26-year-old truck driver, who was uninjured, was arrested and charged with two counts of dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm and negligent driving that caused grievous bodily harm.
They said the man was granted conditional bail to appear in Temora Local Court on March 24 next year.
His license has also been suspended.