One male and one female have been treated by the ACT Ambulance Service following a collision between a car and a cyclist.
Firefighters rescued the female from an upturned vehicle.
The male was transported to the Canberra Hospital in a stable condition, and the female was transported to the Calvary Hospital in a stable condition.
Roads have now been reopened.
Firefighters extricated one female from a vehicle using hydraulic rescue tools.
ACT Ambulance Service paramedics treated the patient on scene for minor injuries and transported her to the Canberra Hospital in a stable condition.
Emergency service personnel have now left the scene.
ACT Fire & Rescue are on scene at a motor vehicle crash on Badham Street and Wooley Street near Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) in Dickson.
Road closures are in place. The community is advised to avoid the area.
Update to follow.
ACT Fire & Rescue are on scene at a motor vehicle crash on Wentworth Avenue in Kingston.
ACT Ambulance Service and ACT Policing are also on scene.
Traffic delays are expected and the public is advised to avoid the area.
Update to follow.
The ACT Parks and Conservation Service wishes to advise that, subject to suitable weather and fuel moisture conditions, four prescribed burns will take place today, Wednesday 2 May 2018.
– continuing the 310 hectare that commenced last month at Tidbinbilla nature reserve near Devil’s Gap
– continuing the 33.5 hectare that commenced last week at Black Mountain Nature Reserve
– commencing a 3.94 hectare burn near Telstra tower on Black Mountain Nature Reserve (immediately adjacent to the main parking lot and Telstra tower)
– commencing a 6 hectare burn on public land near Walling Street in Franklin.
These burns are being conducted to reduce fire hazard and provide protection to nearby housing and buildings.
A map showing the location of the burn sites is available at the Upcoming Prescribed Burns Page.
Experienced Parks fire managers will conduct and oversee the burning operations. Every effort is made to conduct burns in weather conditions that will minimise the impact of smoke but, due to the location of the burns, temporary smoke cover is possible and is likely to be visible across parts of Canberra.
Staff will continue to monitor the burn sites until smoke has not been visible for 24 hours. A buffer zone of up to 20 metres is also created around the complete perimeter of every prescribed burn.
People with asthma, other chronic respiratory and/or chronic cardiac diseases should not perform vigorous exercise and should stay inside if affected by the smoke. People with asthma in particular should continue their medication and consult their general practitioner if they have any difficulties.
You can also find out information about upcoming burns by following @ACT_Parks on Twitter, @ACTParks on Facebook or by completing a simple smartform to get an all of ACT Parks and Conservation Service prescribed burn updates by email.
For tips on how to stay safe if there is smoke in the area, visit the Asthma Foundation website.