Emergency services attended two serious crashes in the Great Southern on Friday, both on South Coast Highway. Firefighters from Albany were sent to a crash near Wellstead to free two people from a vehicle that crashed and rolled towing a caravan. The crash happened at about 11.28am on South Coast Highway, near Boat Harbour Road. Police say the car towing the caravan rolled, trapping the occupants inside. Both people were conscious but had to be freed from the vehicle. St John WA confirmed a women in her 60s was taken under priority one to Albany Heath Campus for her injuries. That crash came less than an hour after emergency services attended a crash near Ravensthorpe. At about 11.03am a car was involved in a single-vehicle rollover on South Coast Highway, near Annabel Creek Road. Police confirmed a female occupant in the crash sustained minor injuries. A St John WA spokeswoman said a woman in her 20s was transported to Albany Health Campus with non-life threatening injuries It has been a horrific holiday period on Great Southern roads, with four deaths in 18 days stretching from December 15 to January 1. On January 5 five people miraculously avoided serious injury after a major crash on Albany Highway, involving a road train and a ute towing a caravan. Of the five people involved in the serious crash, including two children, only the male driver of the road train was taken to Albany Health Campus. The ute towing a caravan overtook a road train with two trailers full of grain heading south between Bails and Jackson roads. Police say as the ute performed the overtaking move, the vehicle and caravan began to sway and collided with the truck. The truck driver tried to avoid the collision and jack-knifed his heavy vehicle, causing the truck and one trailer to roll on their side. Grain was spilt from the rolled trailer and the debris littered the highway, stretching across all three lanes of the busy route.