A 51-year-old man has been airlifted to Canberra Hospital after struggling a head harm in a single-vehicle crash north-west of Yass.

Emergency companies had been known as to a fireplace station on Albury Road, Harden, about 7.30pm yesterday (October 5) after the person arrived and misplaced consciousness.

Firefighters carried out CPR till paramedics arrived.

The person was airlifted to Canberra with critical head accidents, the place he stays in a critical however secure situation.

Police consider the person’s SUV was concerned in a crash someday between 6.45pm and seven.30pm on the Burley Griffin Freeway, Galong.

The Kia SUV was discovered with entrance harm and the airbags deployed on the intersection of Albury and Station Streets, Harden.

An investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident has begun.

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