Emergency crews called to rollover crash in Cincinnatus

Update 3:40 p.m.: The driver did not appear to suffer any serious physical injuries in the crash, according to Lt. Troy Boice with the Cortland County Sheriff's Office. He was taken by TLC Ambulance to UHS Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City.

CINCINNATUS, N.Y. — Emergency crews were called to a one-car rollover accident in Cincinnatus this morning.

The Cortland County 911 Center received a call at 11:08 a.m. for a vehicle that was flipped over in the middle of the roadway, according to a 911 dispatcher. The crash occurred on Route 26 near the intersection with Route 23 in Cincinnatus.

The Cortland County Sheriff's Department, Cincinnatus Fire and Ambulance and Marathon Fire and Rescue all responded to the scene.

The dispatcher could not confirm if there was more than one person in the vehicle. According to emergency radio reports, the driver was "talking and moving" while trapped inside the vehicle and "bleeding very seriously."

A helicopter was called to the crash but was later canceled due to the weather, the dispatcher said.