A 26-year-old man injured in a car crash in Vincentia was airlifted to hospital on Friday night.
A Nissan Skyline was crashed into a tree near Elizabeth Drive, trapping the man in the passenger's seat for some time on Friday afternoon.
The passenger, from the Bay and Basin area, sustained minor leg injuries from the crash.
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He was reportedly in a stable condition with minor leg injuries - no fractures - when the CareFlight chopper lifted off from Huskisson.
Meanwhile, NSW Police attending the crash breath-tested the driver, who was unharmed in the accident.
Police took the driver back to the Bay and Basin Police Station for breath analysis.
On Saturday, police were unable to release the results of the breath test.
Police investigations into the circumstances of the crash continue.
Emergency services including NSW Ambulance, NSW Rural Fire Services and police were on scene to rescue the passenger, attend to the driver and coordinate traffic control.