Update 1700: Here's the official Police Media release -
Serious single-vehicle crash – Wyong
Wednesday, 06 September 2017 03:57:00 PM
A man has been injured following a serious single-vehicle crash at Wyong this morning.
Just before 6.30am (Wednesday 6 September 2017), emergency services were called to Panonia Road after reports of a crash.
Police have been told a Toyota corolla hit a tree before crashing into the fence of a school.
The driver and sole occupant, a 50-year-old man, was trapped. After being released, he was airlifted to Royal North Shore Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Officers from Tuggerah Lakes Local Area Command attended and are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.
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A 50 year old man is being airlifted to Royal North Shore in a serious condition, after his car hit a tree and flipped at Wyong this morning.
The incident occurred on Panonia Road at around 6:20 this morning, and emergency services worked for nearly 90 minutes to extricate him, needing to remove the roof of the car.
There's been no report on the severity of his injuries, other than he's sustained them to his chest, shoulder and face.
The accident's also affecting the pupils of St Cecilia's primary school, who are being told to stay home today after the crash knocked out the institution's water supply.