News, Latest News, Princes Highway, South Coast, Accident, Falls Creek, NSW Ambulance

A woman in her sixties was flown to a Sydney hospital after a two car accident on Princes Highway in Falls Creek. NSW Ambulance responded to reports of an accident on Princes Highway in Falls Creek near Blackbutt Range Road just after 9:45 a.m. Friday morning. Four ambulance crews and the Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter were sent to the crash site. On arrival, ambulance services found two patients trapped in their vehicles. Paramedics treated a man in his thirties for suspected pelvic and lower leg injuries. He was taken to Wollongong Hospital in a severe condition. The woman suffered suspected chest and lower leg injuries and was flown to St. George Hospital in grave condition by the helicopter that landed at the nearby log cabin gas station. NSW ambulance inspector Fay Stockman praised the emergency services involved in the incident. “Fire and Rescue NSW did a wonderful job of getting both patients out of their vehicles,” said Insp Stockman. “It was a tremendous team effort from all the emergency services on site.” We ask you to be particularly careful on the road and to remember how dangerous it can be to drive a motor vehicle just before a countercurrent can be set up around the scene of the accident the motorway is now fully open again. Earlier: 11am: Two cars and trucks collide between two cars and a truck on the Princes Highway south of Nowra at Falls Creek Emergency Services at the scene of the accident. The accident occurred south of Falls Creek near the intersection of Blackbutt Range Road and Highway shortly before 10 a.m. Four NSW Ambulance crews are at the crash site, both have now been released. The rescue helicopter Toll NSW Ambulance was commissioned on site and will be flown to land in the log cabin north of the crash site with at least one patient at this point. According to the NSW Ambulance media, a man in his thirties is being treated for chest and pelvic injuries while a woman in her sixties is suspected of having lower leg injuries. Traffic on the freeway was initially affected in both directions, but a countercurrent flow was placed around the crash site to allow freeway traffic to move. Traffic in the area is extremely heavy and drivers are advised to allow additional travel time, reduce speed and exercise caution in the area.

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A woman in her sixties was flown to a Sydney hospital after a two car accident on Princes Highway in Falls Creek.

NSW Ambulance responded to reports of an accident on Princes Highway in Falls Creek near Blackbutt Range Road just after 9:45 a.m. Friday morning.

Four ambulance crews and the Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter were sent to the crash site.

On arrival, ambulance services found two patients trapped in their vehicles.

Paramedics treated a man in his thirties for suspected pelvic and lower leg injuries.

He was taken to Wollongong Hospital in severe condition

The woman suffered suspected chest and lower leg injuries and was flown to St. George Hospital by the helicopter, which landed in a serious condition at the nearby log cabin gas station

NSW ambulance inspector Fay Stockman praised the emergency services involved in the incident.

“Fire and Rescue NSW did a wonderful job of getting both patients out of their vehicles,” said Insp Stockman.

“It was an enormous team effort from all the emergency services on site.

“We ask you to be extra careful on the road and to remember how dangerous it can be to drive a motor vehicle.”

Traffic in both directions of the motorway was impaired for a short time before a counter-current could be established around the accident site.

The motorway is now fully open again.

11 a.m .: Two cars and trucks collide in Falls Creek

Ambulance services crashed between two cars and a truck on the Princes Highway south of Nowra.

The accident occurred south of Falls Creek near the intersection of Blackbutt Range Road and the highway shortly before 10 a.m.

Four crews from NSW Ambulance are at the crash site. Early reports indicate that two people were held in custody as a result of the accident.

Both have now been released.

The Toll NSW Ambulance rescue helicopter was deployed on site and lands in the log cabin north of the crash site. At least one patient must be flown at this time.

According to the NSW Ambulance media, a man in his thirties is being treated for chest and pelvic injuries while a woman in her sixties is suspected of having lower leg injuries.

Traffic on the freeway was initially affected in both directions, but a countercurrent flow was placed around the crash site to allow freeway traffic to move.

Traffic in the area is extremely heavy and drivers are advised to allow additional travel time, reduce speed and exercise caution in the area.

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