UPDATE at 12.30pm
NSW Ambulance media confirmed the 22-year-old male driver pulled the 19-year-old female passenger from the car, which had rolled over on Cambewarra Mountain this morning.
Two ambulance crews arrived to find a bystander tending to the woman, who was laying on the road.
The injured woman had sustained a bleeding gash to her head, and an injury to her knee, and the bystander was putting pressure on the gash.
Meanwhile, the man on scene was reportedly smashing the car and screaming.
The man had sustained a cut to his head, paramedics reported it was a non-emergency.
Police on scene were reportedly able to attend to the man, while paramedics provided medical care to the woman.
The car was reportedly travelling at “moderate” speed immediately before the rollover.
There was significant damage to the passenger side of the vehicle.
A NSW Ambulance spokesman said this incident was one of two car rollovers with a male driver at the wheel this morning.
The incident took place on Moss Vale Road about 500m west (downhill) of the Tourist Road turnoff.
UPDATE at 12.15pm
Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District media has confirmed the 19-year-old woman and 22-year-old man affected by the crash are at Shoalhaven Hospital in a stable condition.
Earlier at 11:30am
Eastbound traffic into Kangaroo Valley has been diverted via Kangaroo Valley Road after a car rollover on Moss Vale Road this morning.
At about 8.47am emergency services were called to the scene of the single-vehicle accident on Cambewarra Mountain.
It is understood a 22-year-old man and a 19 year-old woman were in the car at the time of the crash.
When NSW Rural Fire Service Crews from Kangaroo Valley and Cambewarra arrived, police were on scene and paramedics were attending to a patient, treating them for facial injuries.
It is understood of the occupants was taken to Shoalhaven Hospital.
Emergency services reopened the section of Moss Vale Road to westbound traffic, while firefighters worked to mop up oil spilled in the crash.
Fire crews remain on scene.
More to come