Emergency services were kept busy over the weekend, with two crashes north of the Clyde River.
On Saturday, March 9, Rural Fire Service crews and three paramedic units responded to a single-vehicle accident on Cullendulla Drive, Long Beach.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said a 70-year-old male was trapped in the vehicle by his seat belt after rolling his car just after 9.30am.
The man was freed and treated for leg and ankle injuries before being taken to Batemans Bay hospital.
Then on Sunday, crews responded to a two-car accident on the Kings Highway in Nelligen.
The NSW Ambulance spokesperson said one unit was sent to the scene at approximately 8.45pm.
On arrival, no treatment was required from paramedics, and no persons were transported, the spokesperson said.