Eight ambulance units are treating several people injured in a road accident near Campbelltown rail station this afternoon.
Ambulance NSW received a call shortly after 4:20pm with reports a car had crashed into either a wall or a telegraph pole at Broughton and Hurley streets.
Other emergency services including multiple police vehicles and fire trucks are also on the scene.
Up to five people have been injured in the accident.
Ages vary from 19 years old to 55 years old.
One woman is understood to be unconscious but breathing, while another is conscious and having trouble breathing.
Another woman reportedly has superficial injuries.
No one is believed to be trapped.
An Ambulance Media spokesman said reports suggested one of the injured people was a pedestrian.
Diversions are in place at the scene, Hurley Street is reportedly closed to traffic.