Two men airlifted to hospital following serious crash

Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash near Wollongong today which has resulted in serious injuries to the two drivers.

About 6.45am Friday 27 November 2015, police were called to Appin Road, Bulli Tops, after a Holden Rodeo and a Holden Commodore collided.

Both drivers were trapped in their vehicles before being released.


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The 22-year-old man driving the Rodeo has been air-lifted to Liverpool Hospital with serious head injuries.

The 25-year-old man driving the Commodore was air-lifted to St George Hospital with serious lower limb injuries.

Both drivers are in a critical but stable condition.

Appin Road was closed whilse investigations took place, however it has since re-opened.

Police are investigating the crash and any witnesses are urged to come forward.

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