A man has died in an ATV crash on Tasmania's West Coast.
The all-terrain vehicle collided a four-wheel-drive travelling in the opposite direction while cresting a rise on the Sandy Cape Track at Temma around 2:45 yesterday afternoon.
Despite the efforts of those at the scene and the Tasmania Ambulance Service, the 60-year-old rider passed away at the scene.
The 27-year-old driver of the 4WD was transported to Smithton District Hospital as a precaution where he underwent mandatory drug and alcohol testing.
An investigation into the incident is underway and report is being prepared for the coroner.
"Police wish to offer their condolences to the deceased’s family at this time," a police statement said.
A 42-year-old male received non-life threatening injuries in a separate ATV crash on Dip Road at Mawbanna just after 3pm yesterday.
Meanwhile, a 39-year-old is in a stable condition after falling from trail bike on the state's east coast.
The man was part of a group riding at Harding’s Falls, bordering the Douglas-Apsley National Park.
He was airlifted to the Royal Hobart Hospital by the rescue helicopter.