The Illawarra Highway has been reopened following an earlier truck rollover at Macquarie Pass.
Meanwhile, RFS crews have extinguished a grass fire at Yallah, but traffic on the Princes Highway is still banked up.
The Illawarra Highway will be closed at Macquarie Pass for at least 15 to 30 minutes, while a heavy tow truck removes a truck that rolled.
The RFS has advised motorists to avoid travelling on the Illawarra Highway through Macquarie Pass if possible, after a truck came off the road and rolled.
Operational officer Patrick Grady said one lane was blocked, and the entire road would close while the truck was being retrieved.
It is not yet known how long the road will remain closed.
Alternative routes are Picton Road and Jamberoo Mountain Road.
The 10-metre Pantech truck, which was carrying white goods, rolled on a hairpin bend near Clover Hill Road on Friday morning.
The driver was uninjured.
Stop-slow measures are in place on the Illawarra Highway at Macquarie Pass to allow for traffic flow after a truck rollover.
Both lanes are affected.
A crane will be required for the recovery of the truck.
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Motorists are advised to exercise caution and allow for additional travelling time.
Traffic on the Illawarra Highway is affected following a truck rollover at Macquarie Pass.
Paramedics were called to the scene shortly after 10.15am, to reports of a truck rolling on a hairpin bend.
The driver was assessed at the scene, but did not require transport to hospital.
More to come.
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