FIX IT NOW - Person trapped in Narooma crash

1.28pm Thursday, November 8: A NSW Health spokesperson confirmed a 39-year-old woman was taken to The Canberra Hospital in a critical condition.

She was initially taken to the South East Regional Hospital by road before being taken to The Canberra Hospital by helicopter.

The scene on the Princes Highway near Costin St on Wednesday afternoon, November 7. A person was trapped for about 30 minutes.

The scene on the Princes Highway near Costin St on Wednesday afternoon, November 7. A person was trapped for about 30 minutes.

2.47pm: A person has been loaded into an ambulance.

 Police, Fire and Rescue NSW, NSW Ambulance and VRA are attending.

Police are directing traffic and the north-bound lane is closed.

2.36pm: A NSW Ambulance spokesman said a driver is trapped in a vehicle after a crash with a truck on the Princes Highway at Narooma.

Crews were called at about 2.20pm. Police and VRA are attending.

The spokesman said the driver was trapped by confinement and had suffered facial lacerations.

He said three paramedic units were at the scene.

Live Traffic reported the incident occurred near Costin St, south of Narooma township.

Traffic is affected in both directions and drivers are urged to take care.

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