UPDATE: TUESDAY noon
NSW Ambulance media have confirmed that the 40-year-old driver of a vehicle involved in a collision on the Crookwell Road this morning suffered minor injuries.
A spokesman said he sustained a cut to the head.
His male passenger also sustained minor injuries. Both were able to free themselves from the Berlina and were taken to Goulburn Base Hospital by road ambulance.
A silver Holden Berlina and a Toyota Landcruiser collided at the intersection of Chinamans Lane and Crookwell Road shortly at about 6.40am on Tuesday.
Police remain on the scene.
It is believed the Silver Berlina was exiting Chinaman Lane onto the Crookwell Road when the collision happened with the Toyota Landcruiser, which was travelling toward Crookwell.
The male driver was taken to the Goulburn Base Hospital and it’s believed a passenger in the vehicle was not injured.
The Berlina sustained significant front-end damage and airbags were deployed.
The two occupants of the white Toyota Landcruiser ute were not injured.
Fire and Rescue, Police and NSW Ambulance were on scene.
There are short disruptions affecting traffic.
More to come.
-With Louise Thrower