1.20pm: A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the elderly man had been freed from the vehicle. It was understood he was driving east on the Kings Highway when the vehicle rolled, trapping him for more than an hour. He was due to be taken to Canberra via road.
1.05pm: Emergency crews report the east-bound lane is closed on the Kings Highway. Please avoid the area. Fire and Rescue and police are at the scene.
12.53pm: NSW Ambulance crews report a man aged 72 years is trapped at the scene of the Kings Highway crash. Paramedics are assessing him, but he is reported to have suffered a mild head injury and is in a stable condition. They said the crash occurred just west of Government Bend on the Clyde Mountain.
12.40pm: Emergency crews have rushed to the scene of a crash on the Kings Highway on Friday, September 14.
NSW Ambulance said two paramedic crews were sent to the crash scene at 12.05pm.
A spokesman said they were initially told a single vehicle had rolled three kilometres west of Government Bend and a man aged in his 70s was involved.
The Rural Fire Service has also sent crews.
More details as they come to hand.