Police have confirmed that a man died at Pejar Dam on Thursday night after two 4WD vehicles became bogged.
About 6.30pm on Thursday, February 13, emergency services were called to the dam, about 25km north-west of Goulburn, following reports a man had been seriously injured.
"On arrival, officers located an 18-year-old man deceased," police said in a statement.
Police were told the man's vehicle had become bogged while he tried to assist a friend move his vehicle that was stuck.
"During the process of moving the vehicles, the teenager suffered fatal injuries to his head," police said.
They would not say how this occurred or provide further details out of respect for the family. It's understood the teenager lived in the Goulburn area.
The area has received about 150mm of rain over the past week.
Police will prepare a report for the information of the Coroner.
Ambulance and SES units from Goulburn and Crookwell also attended the scene.
In other police news, felled trees and water across the road from a heavy thunderstorm blocked access to Tallong on Saturday. Highland Way was closed from the Hume Highway to the village late in the afternoon
Tallong RFS also responded and reported on social media at 6pm that the viaduct on Highland Way was closed.
Goulburn too registered heavy rain, with almost 15mm falling in the three hours from 4.30pm Saturday, Bureau of Meteorology readings showed.
Meantime, police were also busy with Operation Drink Drive 1 over the weekend.
On Friday, a 24-year-old man was issued with a $572 on-the-spot fine after officers stopped him at a RBT site in Chantry Street.
They said he returned a positive reading, was arrested and taken to Goulburn Police Station for breath analysis. It's alleged the man recorded a low range reading of .06.
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