Off-duty nurse helps driver after crash on Princes Hwy

A white ute rolled when driving on wet road on Saturday, July 6. Picture: Moruya Fire and Rescue Facebook page.
A white ute rolled when driving on wet road on Saturday, July 6. Picture: Moruya Fire and Rescue Facebook page.

An off-duty nurse stopped to help a driver who crashed on the Princes Highway, south of Moruya on Saturday, July 6.

Moruya Fire and Rescue said the driver lost control of the vehicle on wet road and rolled.

"[The] single occupant driver luckily had no injuries and was able to walk away," a spokesperson said.

Emergency services called to help a single driver who crashed on Saturday, July 6. Picture: Moruya Fire and Rescue Facebook page.

Emergency services called to help a single driver who crashed on Saturday, July 6. Picture: Moruya Fire and Rescue Facebook page.

Moruya Fire and Rescue thanked those who stopped to help.

"Thank you to the passerbys that stopped to assist, one of them being a nurse and was able to quickly assess the driver," the spokesperson said.

"Please remember after periods of no rain the road will become slippery as oils are brought to the surface."

NSW Police, NSW Rural Fire Service and an ambulance also attended the scene.

Damage to the vehicle which rolled on Saturday, July 6. Picture: Moruya Fire and Rescue Facebook page.

Damage to the vehicle which rolled on Saturday, July 6. Picture: Moruya Fire and Rescue Facebook page.

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