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Man and boy, 9, rescued from burning car wreck at Yeoval

A man and his nine-year-old son had a lucky escape when a passing motorist dragged them out of their burning car wreck in the central west of NSW on Saturday.
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The driver and his young passenger were rescued only moments before the vehicle was engulfed by flames and destroyed.

NSW Police said the pair were driving in Yeoval, south of Dubbo, when their 4WD swerved off the road, hitting a tree and bursting into flames.

A passing motorist stopped and smashed a window of the burning car to rescue the boy from the front passenger seat before returning to rescue the driver, a 44-year-old man.

NSW Ambulance paramedics assisted the injured man and child at the scene before the pair was flown to Sydney for further treatment.

The child is recovering at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead while his father is at Westmead Hospital where he is in a stable condition.

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