The Westpac Rescue Helicopter is airlifting three patients to Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital following a two vehicle accident on the Pacific Highway, Nabiac earlier this afternoon, April 3.
A clinical team, along with emergency services are attending to a 35-year-old woman, a 25-year-old woman, suffering multiple injuries,including chest and pelvic injuries. and a 10-year-old boy with suspected neck injuries.
NSW Ambulance paramedics are treating a three-month-old baby.
Live Traffic has reported the both lanes are of the Pacific Highway have re-open, however traffic continues to be heavy southbound.
One of two southbound lanes was closed for some time near the intersection of Dibbs Street and the Pacific Highway while emergency services personnel attended the scene.
Traffic travelling south along the Pacific Highway, Nabiac are cautioned to slow down and expect delays following a two vehicle accident on Tuesday afternoon, April 3.
One of the two southbound lanes is closed near the intersection of Dibbs Street and the Pacific Highway.
According to Live Traffic NSW, traffic is queued for about three kilometres.
The Westpac Rescue Helicopter has been tasked to the accident, which has been described as serious.
It has since been reported that three paramedic crews and a helicopter are on scene treating a three month old baby, a 10-year-old child, a 35 year old woman and another believed to be 25.
Paramedics are still on scene, the baby is still being assessed.
The woman believed to be 25 has suspected chest and pelvis injuries.
All patients will be airlifted to John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle.
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