Two drivers have escaped injury after their vehicles collided at an Box Hill intersection this morning (Wednesday).
A Hawkesbury police spokesman said the incident occurred shortly before 6am at the intersection of Boundary Road and Old Pitt Town Road.
The male driver of a white Hilux from Oakville was driving along Old Pitt Town Road and went through the roundabout, where the vehicle was hit on its right side by a black Holden Commodore being driven by a man from Mulgrave, the spokesman said.
"NSW Ambulance was in attendance but neither driver sustained any injuries or sought medical treatment," he stated.
Volunteers from the Oakville Rural Fire Brigade also responded to the incident.
A breath test conducted on both drivers returned a negative result, the police spokesman said.