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Fire and rescue crews in Blakehurst free woman trapped inside her car that crashed into a house

Dramatic scenes in which a woman in her 50s gets stuck in a car after being overturned and crashing into a house

  • A woman was freed from her car by firefighters and rescuers after she became trapped
  • Her car reportedly flipped over and crashed into a house in Blakehurst on Thursday
  • Paramedics treated the driver after she was freed before taking her to hospital

A woman was trapped in a car after it overturned and crashed into a house in south Sydney.

The incident happened on Kings Georges Road in Blakehurst on Thursday afternoon.

NSW ambulance crews were called to the house just before 5.30pm to report that the driver – a woman in her 50s – was trapped in the wreckage.

A woman has been freed from her own car after her vehicle overturned and crashed into a house in southern Sydney

A woman has been freed from her own car after her vehicle overturned and crashed into a house in southern Sydney

Fire and rescue teams and paramedics were called to Blakehurst's home just before 5:30 p.m. Thursday to report that a woman was trapped in her car.

Fire and rescue teams and paramedics were called to Blakehurst’s home just before 5:30 p.m. Thursday to report that a woman was trapped in her car.

Paramedics attended to the driver and gave her pain relief when fire and rescue officers arrived.

Rescue teams managed to free her from the vehicle safely.

She was then treated at the scene for neck and limb injuries before being taken to St George Hospital.

The woman is in stable condition in hospital.

NSW Ambulance Superintendent Ben Saywell said: ‘Paparamedics who arrived at the scene were confronted by a patient who was stuck on his side in a car, leaning against the front porch of the house.’

“Together with Fire and Rescue NSW agents, paramedics have given the patient pain relief, treated her injuries and prepared her for transport to hospital.”

This accident could have been so much worse for everyone involved. Cars can really do a lot of damage to people and property,” he added.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police about the incident.

The driver was given pain medication before being extricated from the vehicle by officers

The driver was given pain medication before being extricated from the vehicle by officers

Emergency services examined the wreckage while the woman was transported to hospital

Emergency services examined the wreckage while the woman was transported to hospital

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