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The woman traveled the Kings Highway Clyde Mountain, about 1.5 hours east of Canberra, when she lost control of her white Toyota Corolla

Woman, 61, claws her way to the side of the road with a broken collarbone after her car crashes off a cliff – only to be ignored by passing motorists when she begged for help

  • A 61-year-old woman lost control of her car on Kings Highway Clyde Mountain
  • She turned away from the road and backed away at a cliff before stopping in bushes
  • The woman clawed her way to the road for help, but several motorists drove by
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A 61-year-old woman with a broken collarbone squeezed her way up a cliff after being knocked down the road – only to be ignored by passing motorists calling for help.

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The woman traveled the Kings Highway on Clyde Mountain, about 1.5 hours east of Canberra, when she lost control of her white Toyota Corolla on Tuesday.

A police spokesperson said that the motorist turned off the road and descended a cliff backwards before stopping in scrub.

The woman traveled the Kings Highway Clyde Mountain, about 1.5 hours east of Canberra, when she lost control of her white Toyota Corolla

The woman traveled the Kings Highway Clyde Mountain, about 1.5 hours east of Canberra, when she lost control of her white Toyota Corolla

& # 39; The driver managed to climb the cliff in an attempt to swing passing drivers down, & # 39; said the spokesman.

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& # 39; Several passed without stopping. & # 39;

The woman was eventually taken to the hospital where she was treated for a broken collarbone and several broken ribs.

In a separate incident, another female driver behind the wheel of a silver Ford Territory lost control of her car while descending.

Her vehicle rolled and the woman hit her head on the windshield and got bruises.

The police used the series of accidents on Clyde Mountain to remind motorists to be vigilant while driving in rainy weather.

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& # 39; The recent drops of rain have made the roads slippery, causing the police to attend several accidents along the south coast, & # 39; said the spokesman.

A police spokesman said the motorist was running down the road (photo) and descending a cliff backwards before stopping in thickets

A police spokesman said the motorist was running down the road (photo) and descending a cliff backwards before stopping in thickets

A police spokesman said the motorist was running down the road (photo) and descending a cliff backwards before stopping in thickets

Another female driver, behind the wheel of a silver Ford Territory, lost control of her car as she descended the mountain. Her vehicle rolled and the woman hit her head on the windshield and got bruises

Another female driver, behind the wheel of a silver Ford Territory, lost control of her car as she descended the mountain. Her vehicle rolled and the woman hit her head on the windshield and got bruises

Another female driver, behind the wheel of a silver Ford Territory, lost control of her car as she descended the mountain. Her vehicle rolled and the woman hit her head on the windshield and got bruises

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