Police are investigating how a young woman lost control of her vehicle and crashed on the Howlong-Brocklesby Road on the morning of September 4.
Police said the Walbundrie woman, who is aged in her early 20s, lost control of her vehicle and collided with an embankment before the vehicle came to a stop on its roof about 8am.
The woman was able to exit her vehicle with the assistance of some passers-by.
Fire and Rescue NSW, as well as police and ambulance crews attended the scene.
The woman was taken to Albury Base Hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Mulwala PCA charge
A man has been charged with a high-range PCA after he was stopped for a random breath test in Mulwala on August 19.
Police stopped the man in Melbourne Street, Mulwala about 5.25pm and, as a result of a positive reading, the man was taken to the police station where he was charged with a high-range PCA.
It was also discovered the man was a disqualified driver.
He will appear in Corowa Local Court on September 20.
Police are investigating a robbery in Banff Street, Corowa in the early hours of August 29.
A rear door was forced open and the stolen items included a quantity of cash.
A man acting suspicious while walking along Parliament Street, Corowa was searched by police on August 14 about 2.40pm.
The search resulted in the man possessing a small amount of cannabis.
He was issued with a court attendance to appear before Corowa Local Court on September 20.