The driver of a truck which rolled at Otford this morning has been freed after he was trapped in the vehicle for almost two hours.
Emergency services were called to Otford Rd around 9.50am following reports the truck had broken through the steel guardrail, rolled down the embankment, and into the creek.
Hazmat teams are also in attendance as fuel leaked from the badly-damaged vehicle.
Ambulance officers had trouble accessing the scene.
They assessed the 33 year old driver while he was trapped in the wreckage. He’s believed to have suffered multiple leg fractures and head injures.
The driver remained pinned in the vehicle and was not able to be freed until 11.30am.
The full extend of his injuries will be determined now he’s been removed from the cabin.
A helicopter was called to Bald Hill. Crews worked to stabilise the driver. He will be airlifted to St George Hospital.
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