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Five treated after three car crash South of Nowra

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NSW Ambulance Paramedics have treated five-people, following a three car accident on the Princes Highway at Falls Creek, South of Nowra.

At around 11:15am today five NSW Ambulance paramedic road crews, three NSW Ambulance Inspectors, two Toll Ambulance rescue helicopters each with a critical care doctor and critical care paramedic on board, and a Special Casualty Access Team paramedic were dispatched to the scene.

On arrival NSW Ambulance paramedics treated five patients.

  • One male patient believed to be in his 70s who was ejected from his vehicle was treated for head and abdominal injuries. He was transported by road to Shoalhaven District Hospital and airlifted to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition.
  • A second male patient, believed to be in his 70s, was treated for a head injury. He was transported by road to Shoalhaven District Hospital in a stable condition.
  • Paramedics treated three female patients after they were extricated from their vehicle.
  • One female patient believed to be in her 70s was treated for leg and shoulder injuries. She was airlifted from the scene to St George Hospital in a serious condition.
  • A second female patient in her 70s was treated for chest injuries and transported by road to St George Hospital in a stable condition.
  • A third female patient in her 70s was assessed and transported to Wollongong Hospital in a stable condition.

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