Emergency services have extracted a driver who became trapped upside down in her car this morning during a crash in Broadmeadow.
A crash involving two cars on Lambton Road atTurton Road disrupted both directions of traffic on the intersecting Turton Road from 6am on Tuesday.
A 40-year-old woman was extracted from her vehicle, which had rolled onto its roof during the incident.
Paramedics said they only attended to one patient at the scene.
“There was a 40-year-old woman, who was conscious and breathing, with no obvious injuries,” a spokesperson for Ambulance NSW said.
“She was trapped upside down in the car. She was extracted a short while later.”
He said the woman was not transported to hospital.
Northbound lanes were closed on Turton Road at 6.30am so the flipped vehicle could be retrieved.
Lanes were reopened and traffic returned to normal by 6.45am.
Police are investigating the cause of the collision.
More to come.