A man and woman in their 60s were taken to hospital after their car and a police vehicle collided in Sydney southwest.
NSW police officers were responding to an urgent domestic-related incident at about 3pm (AEST) on Sunday when their marked car and a Holden Cruz were in collision at an intersection in Bradbury.
A woman and a man, both aged in their 60s, who were in the Holden, were taken to Liverpool Hospital.
Police said the man was taken to hospital as a precaution.
The woman, who sustained chest injuries, is still in hospital and her condition is stable.
Two police officers suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene.
Police initially said a critical incident team would investigate the crash.
However on updated information on the condition of the woman the crash would now be investigated by the Metropolitan Crash Investigation Unit, police said.