Update 5pm Thursday
The driver of a vehicle involved in a Federal Highway crash has been taken to Goulburn Base Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
RFS operational officer Lachlan Gilchrist said his crew had been stood down but NSW Fire and Rescue remained on scene.
The nature of the person's injuries is not known at this stage.
Police and other emergency services are attending a crash south of Goulburn, the second one on in the area today.
RFS operational officer Lachlan Gilchrist said one crew was headed to the scene near Willow Tree Lane on the Federal Highway, some 20km south of Goulburn.
The single-vehicle crash occurred at 4.05pm in the Highway's northbound lane. It's believed the male driver had to be extricated from the sedan and suffered minor injuries.
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Police and ambulance are also on the scene.
Live Traffic reported that lane one is closed but traffic is flowing in the other lane.
Earlier today, at 8.30am, two trucks collided on the Federal Highway's southbound lane, 10km south of Goulburn. One man suffered leg injuries and was airlifted to hospital, while the other male driver was uninjured but suffered shock.
More details as they come to hand.
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