One man died in this single car crash on Kings Highway. Photo: Ben DohertyA 66-year-old man was found dead after his car rolled on the Kings Highway, east of Bungendore on Thursday morning.
It appears the car left the road and crashed into a tree, police said.
Police, firefighters, paramedics and a helicopter were called in around 10.30am but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
As of 1.45pm, one of two westbound lanes of the Kings Highway remained closed, 11 kilometres east of Bungendore, with police on site directing traffic. */]]>
The man has not been identified yet but he was driving a Suzuki four-wheel-drive.
Police are yet to determine the cause of the accident but witnesses saw the car veer from the road while travelling at a normal speed.
Inspector Tony Hill said police had begun investigating the crash but it was “very early days”. BUNGENDORE: 1 of 2 westbound lanes closed on the #KingsHwy near Aberfeldy Ln due to a car accident. Exercise caution.— Live Traffic NSW (@LiveTrafficNSW) October 22, 2015
He called on anyone who may have witnesses the accident to contact Queanbeyen Police Station.
The man will undergo a post-mortem to help determine what caused the accident.
A brief will be prepared for the coroner.
Thursday has been a rough day on roads around the ACT with multiple car smashes in Canberra this morning.
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