A WOMAN has miraculously escaped serious injury after flipping her car over a cement barrier on a highway in the NSW Blue Mountains this morning.
The woman was travelling along the Great Western Highway when she lost control of her red Toyota Yarris at around 10:30am.
Police say the vehicle mounted a gutter, crashed over a cement road divider and rolled several times before coming to rest on its side
Emergency crews arrived to find the wrecked vehicle on its side with the stole occupant still trapped in the driver’s seat.
Fire crews stabilised the vehicle and assisted the female driver from the wreckage before she was assessed by paramedics.
She has since been transported in a stable condition to the Nepean Hospital for precautionary measures.
PICTURES: Courtesy of the Traffic and Highway Patrol Command – NSW Police Force Facebook Page.