Two men have died in a truck crash at Gunning

TWO men travelling in a truck carrying magazines have tragically died at Gunning overnight.

Just after midnight, this morning, the B-Double being driven by a man and carrying a male passenger was heading south on the Hume Hwy.

NSW Police say early investigations suggest the truck crossed the median strip onto northbound lanes before crashing through a guard rail and continuing down an embankment.

Both the man died at the scene.

Police have now established a crime scene and crash investigators are trying to determine the cause of the crash.

A brief will be prepared for the Coroner.

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