Officers from Major Crash Investigations are seeking public assistance as a spate of Great Southern car crashes continues. At about 10.30pm on Thursday, a red Holden Rodeo ute was travelling north on Great Southern Highway, about 5km north of Tambellup, before it lost control and rolled multiple times and into a nearby paddock 50m from Hodgson Road. Two occupants — a 37-year-old man and a 33-year-old woman — were rushed to Katanning Hospital before being flown by the Royal Flying Doctor Service to Royal Perth Hospital at 6.30 am on Friday for further treatment. The woman was admitted to the intensive care unit but remains in stable condition. There have been six serious car crashes in the Great Southern in the last three months including three rollovers and three involving a tree, one of which was fatal. In August, a woman in her 20s was left in a serious condition after her car crashed into a tree on Albany Highway near Cranbrook and just 12 hours later a 19-year-old P-plater lost control of her Holden Rodeo and crashed into a ditch on Great Southern Highway. The incidents prompted Katanning Sen. Sgt Ben Reeves to issue a plea to Great Southern road users, urging them to take care while driving in the lead-up to the busy Spring period. Police are asking anyone with dash-cam footage or mobile phone vision of the crash or who saw the vehicle being driven in the lead-up to the crash, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online. Any footage should be uploaded online. People who contact Crime Stoppers may remain anonymous.