There have been two nasty caravan accidents in a matter of hours on a road recently named as the third worst in New South Wales in an NRMA survey.
In the first incident, which happened on Monday morning, police were called to the Kings Highway, Monga, following reports an SUV and caravan had crashed into a guard barrier.
At the scene, officers from Batemans Bay Traffic & Highway Patrol police spoke with the driver and passenger of a Toyota Prado which had crashed into the barrier, blocking traffic.
Then, less than four hours later, police were called to a second incident at virtually the same spot following reports that a caravan under tow had rolled.
At the scene, police spoke with the driver and passenger of a Toyota LandCruiser after their caravan rolled, blocking both lanes of traffic.
No injuries were reported to police at the time of either incident.
In both cases, police were assisted by NSW Rural Fire Service members in managing traffic flow, before a tow truck removed the caravan from the site.
A couple of months ago, an annual NRMA survey identified the Kings Highway as the third worst road in NSW. Of the record 28,292 votes cast naming 10,800 roads, the Kings Highway scored a total of 414 votes. Concerns for road safety and its general condition were the most common complaints.
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