A truck with a trailer load of solar panels rolled on Scenic Hill on Friday, January 8.
The incident occurred at 12.40pm where police allege the driver had difficulty slowing down on the last bend on Bells Line of Road heading into the township of Lithgow, causing the truck to roll over.
The vehicle rested on a guard rail, while the driver, a 29 year-old man was unable to get out but was uninjured.
Emergency services were called to the scene to assist getting the driver out and control traffic, partially closing one lane.
A mobile crane removed the truck and the site was cleared.
Police breath tested the driver who returned a negative reading. An RMS inspector attended the site and police await a report.
A 53 year-old Valley Heights man was sent home from his camping trip in Glen Davis on January 6, after being identified for being in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
Police were notified through contact tracing and attended Coorongooba Campground to notify the man. He was given direction to return home and isolate until midnight on January 17.
He was also told to be present for a COVID test and contacted NSW Health.
A wallet and gear knob were stolen from a parked vehicle on Bells Road, Oakey Park between January 5 and 8.
A pink lunch box was also stolen however located by police after an inspection.
The owner of the wallet located their licence and medicare card near the vehicle.
Forensics are due to print the vehicle and anyone with information is urged to contact Lithgow Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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