Paramedics treated a 46-year-old man after two trucks, one carrying cooking oil, crashed near Clyde Mountain at about 8.30am, Thursday, November 7.
9.40am: A police spokeswoman said one of the trucks was carrying cooking oil and both trucks would be towed.
She said one lane was blocked east-bound and contraflow was in place. Police and Fire and Rescue were assisting with traffic.
One of the drivers was being treated by paramedics. Police received the call at 8.20am.
She said to avoid the area and stay updated at livetraffic.com
9.05am: NSW Police are directing traffic and Batemans Bay Fire and Rescue Hazmat crews are attending the crash on the Kings Highway.
A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said paramedics were treating a 46-year-old male for grazes and possibly a broken leg. He would be transported to hospital.
Far South Coast RFS spokesman Marty Webster said a Batemans Bay crew was sent but they were stood down before they arrived. He said Braidwood RFS crews were on scene.
More details as they come to hand.