Man taken to hospital after Princes Highway crash

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A 55-year-old man was taken to hospital after a two-vehicle crash on the corner of Princes Highway and Payne Street, Narooma on Tuesday, January 8.

Police, Ambulance NSW, and Fire and Rescue NSW attended the incident, which involved a motorcycle and a car.

Narooma Police said a Mitsubishi Lancer was traveling in a northerly direction on the Princes Highway and attempted to make a right-hand turn into Payne Street.

A motorcycle traveling in the same direction collided with the rear of the vehicle, causing the rider to be ejected from his bike.

An Ambulance NSW spokesperson said one crew attended the scene, and transported a 55-year-old male to Southeast Regional Hospital in a stable condition.

The spokesperson said the man suffered a lower-leg fracture in the accident, and was conscious and breathing when paramedics arrived. The driver of the car did not appear to be injured.