Traffic delays after crash

MOTORISTS headed south to Sydney today can expect considerable delays following a crash on the F3 this morning.

It's understood a four-wheel-drive and a semi-trailer have collided head-on.

Three lanes of the Freeway are closed and a rescue effort is underway to free a driver trapped in the four-wheel-drive.  


Ourimbah F3 Fwy at Ourimbah Interchange

  Started today 9:12am, last checked today 9:50am
Impact: Impact Freeway closed in southbound direction.
Impact 1 of 3 northbound lane(s) closed (lane 3).
Queues: 2km
Attending: Emergency service(s), RTA
If you haven't started your journey: stay away, avoid the F3 and consider using public transport.

ON SITE - FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS If you are in traffic at the incident site: stay in your vehicle and in your traffic lane, keep the breakdown lane free for emergency vehicles (unless you have broken down), and follow directions from authorities on site.

Motorists are being diverted via the Ourimbah Off-Ramp to rejoin the F3 Freeway via the Ourimbah On-Ramp.
Location: View on map

NSW Police Force

‎All southbound lanes are now closed on the F3 Freeway at Ourimbah following a serious car and truck accident.

All southbound traffic is being diverted off the F3 at the Ourimbah off ramp, and then entering the F3 at the Ourimbah on ramp.

Significant delays are being experienced. One northbound lane (lane three) is closed due to an investigation and emergency services.

Lanes one and two northbound remain open.

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