One car ended up on it’s roof in an accident on the Hume Highway. Photo by Megan DrapalskiPolice are investigating a crash at Mittagong today.
About 1.45pm (Thursday 27 March 2014), emergency services were called to the Hume Highway near the Old Hume Highway exit, responding to reports of a collision.
Ambulance Commander, Inspector Josh Atkins said it appeared that two cars had a head on collision on the Hume Highway.
“It appears that one vehicle has veered and impacted another,” he said.
One vehicle rolled and ended up on its roof.
“The lady was able to get herself out of the vehicle. She had a head laceration and was taken by ambulance to Liverpool Hospital,” Inspector Atkins said.
“The other man was trapped for approximately 40 minutes with suspected lower limb fractures and was airlifted to Liverpool Hospital.”
Southbound lanes on the Hume Highway have now reopened, however traffic delays remain and motorists are advised to avoid the area.
Investigators will commence inquiries to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident.
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