Update Saturday 8.50pm
Braidwood Road has been re-opened in both directions following an earlier crash, according to NSW Live Traffic.
A 30-year-old man, who police said was not from the Goulburn region, was flown to Canberra Hospital in a serious condition late Saturday afternoon.
Braidwood Road remains closed in both directions southeast of Goulburn following a serious motor vehicle crash.
A Toll helicopter was expected to airlift a man to Canberra Hospital after the single-vehicle rollover outside Wakefield Park shortly after 1.30pm.
Emergency services responded to what was reported to be a "high-speed" crash just south of the raceway's entry. Police Rescue freed a the 30-year-old male driver of the northbound van, a police media spokesman said.
Paramedics treated him at the scene and transported him inside the Wakefield Park raceway, where the Toll helicopter landed.
The male sustained a significant arm injury, a NSW Ambulance spokesman said. Police told The Post he was in a serious condition.
He was still being treated onsite at 3.45pm.
Three other occupants suffered minor injuries and were treated by the roadway.
Officers from the Hume Police District established a crime scene and were awaiting the arrival of the crash investigation unit.
The road was closed in both directions either side of the crash site. Southbound traffic is being diverted along nearby Currawang Road.
TIRRANNAVILLE (STH OF GOULBURN): Braidwood Rd is closed in both directions due to a crash just south of Currawang Rd. Light vehicles can divert via Currawang Rd, Collector Rd & Bungendore Rd. This diversion will add an extra 20 mins travel time. Heavy vehicles are being parked.— Live Traffic NSW (@LiveTrafficNSW) September 25, 2021
Three RFS units, including two Goulburn Mulwaree Support and Gundary also attended the scene.
A tow truck driver was also onsite.
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