A man in his 60s was taken to hospital in a serious but stable condition after a car rolled over at Caringbah on Wednesday morning.
Emergency services were called to the northbound side of Taren Point Road, near the intersection of Boulevarde and Captain Cook Drive, just before 9am.
Four NSW Ambulance crews, along with a specialist medical team including a critical care doctor and critical care paramedic, were dispatched.
The sole occupant of the car, a man in his 60s, was initially trapped before being freed by paramedics with the assistance of NSW Fire and Rescue.
The man was treated at the scene for chest and abdominal injuries before being taken to St George Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Northbound lanes on Taren Point Road were closed during the operation.
Inspector David Stride, of NSW Ambulance, said the vehicle was upside down on the road when paramedics arrived.
"The occupant was quite distressed and confused from what had occurred," he said.
"We safely extricated the patient and provided him comfort and care. He was taken to hospital for further treatment."
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