UPDATE, February 14: Police say initial reports to emergency services that a car was "suspended on a cliff" were exaggerated. A police spokesman said a vehicle had dropped a wheel off a driveway, which caused concern because of the slope of the driveway. Police say the driver was visiting from out of the area, and was safely extricated from the car.
There are reports of a car with a single occupant suspended over a cliff at Hyams Beach, according to emergency services.
A Rural Fire Service spokesman said they received a call reporting the incident at about 4pm on Wednesday, February 13.
He said RFS crews, police and ambulance were on scene.
NSW Ambulance said they were called to a residential address at Bayview Avenue in Hyams Beach at 4.05pm.
Three crews responded to reports of a car hanging over a cliff, with one person in the car.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said it appeared a female driver had reversed out of the driveway too quickly.
The ambulance spokesman said there was an access issue hindering crews. He said the driver did not appear to be injured, and the incident was ongoing.
More details as they come to hand.