Father injured, children unhurt
A MAN and two children were involved in a vehicle roll-over, north-west of Dorrigo on Monday evening, where a 4WD left the road and rolled down a gully.
The driver, 51, from Bostobrick, suffered head injuries while his two young passengers walked away from the crash.
NSW Ambulance paramedics held concerns for the man’s well-being as he drifted in and out of consciousness. He was rushed to the Coffs Harbour Health Campus in a serious condition.
The accident happened on the Tyringham Rd, 26km north-west of the Waterfall Way, about 6pm.
Police said the Toyota Hilux was travelling west at the time when the driver lost control.
The vehicle fish-tailed and rolled two metres down an embankment, near Pinch Creek.