The driver of a car which crashed about 30m down a bank has been found semi-conscious and slumped over in the car as rescuers come to her aid.
Emergency services were called to a car that had crashed down a bank opposite 347 Pyes Pa Rd about 2.30pm.
A nearby resident saw the car plow through a fence and down the bank.
The man who raced down the hill to help the young woman and found her slumped over towards to passenger seat and semi-conscious in her car.
The driver's door was dented in but he managed to pry it open and sit her up, he said.
A nurse who came across the scene helped until emergency services arrived.
The female driver was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Fire fighters and police are still at the scene.
Earlier: A person has been seriously injured after a car crashed 30m down a bank.
Fire Service northern communications centre shift manager Scott Osmond said emergency services had been alerted to the crash about 2.30pm.
The car had crashed about 30m down a bank near a roundabout on Pyes Pa Rd.
The patient was seriously injured but not trapped.
Police, fire and ambulance staff are at the scene.
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