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AustraliaTrapped woman rescued 17 hours after crashing into creek

03:05  07 june  2019
03:05  07 june  2019 Source:

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Trapped woman rescued 17 hours after crashing into creek© Fire and Rescue NSW The woman spent more than 17-hours trapped in her car. A woman has been rescued more than 17 hours after crashing her car into a creek on New South Wales South Coast, with emergency crews using GPS to track down the missing driver.

The 67-year-old was travelling between Moruya and Wallaga Lake north of Narooma on Wednesday night when her Holden Trax SUV left the roadway and crashed into water sometime after 11pm, trapping her inside.

NSW Police said the woman, who was trapped in her vehicle, did not regain consciousness for 17 hours, coming to about 4.30pm yesterday.

“The trapped woman regained consciousness and was able to alert a relative; however, was unable to provide a location,” a police spokesperson said.

Using the GPS in the woman’s phone, officers were able to locate the Holden overturned in Kianga Creek, down an embankment off Princes Highway at Kianga.

The woman was rescued from the vehicle and treated for suspected fractures and exposure.

She was airlifted to Canberra Hospital in a stable condition.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000

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