A 32-year-old man was conveyed to Westmead hospital via helicopter after his car lost traction on a steep hill and rolled.
At 12.30pm on Sunday, March 10 a car was travelling on a dirt road on private property near Lake Lyell when the driver lost traction on a steep hill and the car rolled several times.
Five crews and one helicopter arrived on the scene at 2.15pm where they treated a 32 year old man for a hand injury, a two-year-old boy for a head injury and a 25 year old female for shock and a leg injury.
The woman and boy were both taken to Lithgow Hospital for treatment.
All patients were stable.
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