Significant delays on Pacific Highway after head-on crash
UPDATE, 12.30pm: A HEAD-ON crash involving two cars is causing significant delays on the Pacific Highway.
The crash happened at Tabbimoble, near Glencoe Rd south of Woodburn, about 10.30am.
Live Traffic NSW has reported heavy traffic conditions in the area.
One lane is closed in both directions and a tow truck is at the scene.
It is understood that paramedics treated one person for suspected whiplash and a sore neck.
The person has been transported to hospital by road ambulance.
Traffic is affect in both directions, and emergency services and Transport for NSW are still in attendance.
Drivers should exercise caution and allow extra travel time.
In a separate incident, a motorhome and a car collided at Evans Head.
NSW Ambulance reported one road crew attended the crash at 10.50am.
It is understood a community first responder crew also attended the incident.
Paramedics treated a 47 year-old-man at the scene and he was transported by road ambulance to Lismore Base Hospital.
UPDATE 11.00am: EMERGENCY crews are on scene at a two vehicle crash where one person remains trapped in a car.
Two passengers were able to self-extricate themselves from one car and another was able to self-extricate from the second car.
UPDATE, 10.40am: THE crash on teh Pacific Highway at New Italy is understood to be a head-on crash between two vehicles.
A spokesman from the NSW Transport Managament Centre said the crash happened in the northbound lane at Tabbimoble, just south of Glencoe Rd.
Traffic is impacted in both directions, but particularly northbound traffic.
Live Traffic NSW reports the traffic is moderate in the area, and drivers are urged to travel with caution in the area.
Original story: FOUR ambulance crews are on the way to a crash on the Pacific Highway at New Italy, believed to be between two vehicles.
Ambulance crews were called at 10.20am to the crash, but are not yet on scene.
More to come.