A car has rolled on the Princes Highway, Moruya, after a 65-year-old driver lost control in wet conditions on Sunday afternoon, July 12.
Moruya Fire and Rescue captain Mark Gould said a male driver, the only occupant in the car, lost control in wet weather, just south of Moruya, about 4pm.
Mr Gould said the car rolled once. After the crash, the man climbed out of his car and was treated by paramedics.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said the patient had neck pain but was in a stable condition, and was taken to Moruya Hospital as a precaution.
The Fires Near Me site said the crash happened at the at the Mollee Road intersection.
At 4.30pm, emergency services were waiting for a tow truck to remove the car from the scene.
Fire and Rescue warned road users to drive slow in wet conditions, particularly after a period of dry weather.
Batemans Bay Highway Patrol reminded drivers to be vigilant on the roads, particularly with more traffic during school holidays.