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Crash on Escort Approach west of Orange, man taken to hospital in steady situation | Central Western Every day

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The paramedics at NSW Ambulance transported a man to the hospital in a single vehicle on the Escort Way west of Orange on Tuesday afternoon after an accident with his utility vehicle rolled on its side. Both the ambulance and the fire and rescue services from NSW responded to the call shortly after noon. Initial reports indicated that the man who was near the intersection of Peabody Road after the accident was also trapped in the vehicle. Firefighters from Orange and Molong responded to these reports with an urgent focus on the liberation, but the man – presumably in his thirties – had managed to escape the vehicle when they arrived. Paramedics examined and treated him on site for minor injuries, especially on his arm, before taking him to Orange Hospital in stable condition. We rely on subscription income to support our journalism. If you are able, please subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support.

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The paramedics at NSW Ambulance transported a man to the hospital in a single vehicle on the Escort Way west of Orange on Tuesday afternoon after an accident with his utility vehicle rolled on its side.

Both the ambulance and the fire and rescue services from NSW responded to the call shortly after noon. Initial reports indicated that the man who was near the intersection of Peabody Road after the accident was also trapped in the vehicle.

Firefighters from Orange and Molong responded to these reports with an urgent focus on the liberation, but the man – presumably in his thirties – had managed to escape the vehicle when they arrived.

Paramedics examined and treated him on site for minor injuries, especially on his arm, before taking him to Orange Hospital in stable condition.

We rely on subscription income to support our journalism. If you are able, please subscribe here. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support.

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