Seriously injured man trapped in car

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A 35-year-old man was rushed to the Canberra Hospital in a serious condition with multiple injuries after he was cut out of a wrecked car on the Monaro Highway this morning.

Firefighters had to remove the roof and two doors of the car and roll back the dashboard to get the man out, as paramedics provided emergency medical care.

The single-vehicle crash took place near Hume on the southbound section of the Monaro Highway just before 4am this morning.


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