A sleeping woman had a stark awakening late Saturday after an SUV crashed through the bedroom of her Southern Highlands home, trapping her.
Emergency services were called to Jack Davis Place at Bargo around 11.40pm, and found the vehicle hadpinned the 54-year-old woman by her legs.
A 46-year-old woman driving the SUV was also trapped.
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NSW Ambulance and NSW Fire and Rescue worked to free both women.
The resident was taken to Campbelltown Hospital where she was treated for a minor injury to her left leg.
The driver was taken to Liverpool Hospital where she was being checked as well as undergoing mandatory testing. She was also from Bargo.
A man and two teenage girls were in different rooms of the house and escaped injury.
The house sustained significant structural damage.
Inquiries continue by officers from Camden Police Area Command.
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