A woman and a man have been killed in a horrific crash involving a ute and a truck on a South Australian regional road.

The victims, both aged in their 60s, were in the Toyota ute when the vehicles collided on Owen Road at Magdala in the state’s lower north just after 2pm on Friday.

The woman and the man were from the local area, police confirmed on Saturday morning.

“Sadly, the two occupants of the ute, a 67-year-old man and 63-year-old woman … died at the scene,” police said.

A power pole and power lines were knocked down in the crash.

SA Police’s Major Crash team is investigating the incident and police have appealed to anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.

Magdala is a small locality north of Roseworthy, and is not far from the townships of Templers, Wasleys, Hamley Bridge and Freeling.

Images of the aftermath reveal a horrific scene, with the upturned ute appearing to have been caught under the cabin and chassis of the truck.

Police are investigating the crash.(ABC News)

The truck’s driver, a 65-year-old Smithfield man, was not injured, police said

The pair’s deaths take the number of lives lost on South Australia’s roads this year to 36.

Adelaide cyclist in critical condition

The Magdala crash happened a short time before an Adelaide cyclist was rushed to hospital in a critical condition after being hit by a car at Salisbury East.

Emergency services were called to the scene on the Grove Way about 4pm on Friday, after the 58-year-old man from Fairview Park was struck.

The 78-year-old Redwood Park man driving the Mitsubishi sedan was not injured, police said.

Police have also asked witnesses or anyone with dash-cam footage to contact Crime Stoppers.