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Bodies of two men found SUBMERGED in a car in rural New South Wales river after search by police 

The bodies of two men have been found in an an upside-down submerged car after a desperate search by police. 

The two men, both in their 50s, were reported missing on Monday from the Griffith area, in NSW’s Riverina region, after they had not been seen since Saturday.

Police were alerted to a vehicle found on its roof submerged in water in a canal on Mansell Road, Hanwood, about 5.30pm. 

When officers inspected the car they found two bodies inside. 

Two men, both aged in their 50s, have been found dead inside a car submerged in a canal on Mansell Road (pictured), in Hanwood, about 600km west of Sydney

Two men, both aged in their 50s, have been found dead inside a car submerged in a canal on Mansell Road (pictured), in Hanwood, about 600km west of Sydney

NSW Police said early investigations suggest the vehicle veered off the road and crashed into the canal, killing the driver and his passenger. 

The Volunteer Rescue Association has been called in to help police extract the vehicle on Tuesday morning. 

Inquiries continue. 

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