A South Coast Police District inspector has confirmed the prang involved one driver in one vehicle after early reports from other authorities that there were two cars involved.
The Nowra police station inspector said the driver lost control around the roundabout on the Princes Hwy, Bomaderry, and veered into the NSW TAFE Nowra campus fence.
There will be no ongoing police investigation.
Google Maps has indicated southbound traffic on the Princes Highway, Bomaderry, between the Shoalhaven Bridge and Nowra Anglican College has cleared, after a crash earlier today.
It is understood the man driving the vehicle which crashed into the front fence of the NSW TAFE Nowra campus in Bomaderry was the vehicle’s only occupant.
NSW Ambulance paramedics advised the 95 year-old patient, who appeared uninjured, to go to hospital due to his age.
The man refused transport.
Southbound traffic on the Princes Highway has almost reached the Nowra Anglican College.
A car accident on the Princes Highway at Bomaderry is causing traffic delays, with one of the south bound lanes closed.
Emergency services, including police and paramedics, are on the scene.
The car crashed through the fence of the TAFE campus at about 10am on Wednesday.
The white Holden sedan has crossed the pavement adjacent to the south bound lane and is currently on its side, until emergency services are able to extract the vehicle.
Drivers are being urged to be cautious in the area, particularly given the wet conditions.
More updates as information comes to hand.