A woman remains trapped after her car crashed into an Elderslie garage this afternoon.
Emergency service crews were called to a Drysdale Road home about 2.20pm on Wednesday, July 10.
A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the woman, 53, was driving a car which crashed through the garage and into a wall.
The spokesman said the wall had then collapsed on to her vehicle.
"The woman remains trapped inside her car," he said. "Her legs are trapped under the steering wheel."
The spokesman said three paramedics crews and a TOLL rescue helicopter were called to the scene.
The rescue helicopter landed at a nearby park on Greenfield Crescent.
Fire and Rescue NSW firefighters are still working to free the woman, who is likely to be airlifted to hospital.
The woman is in a stable condition.