Police are searching for the driver of a car after a fiery crash left a woman injured at Albion Park.
A 20-year-old female passenger was airlifted to hospital after the stolen car she was in crashed into a parked truck and power pole on Daintree Drive about 4.50am on Tuesday morning.
The male driver and passenger were driving a Volkswagen Golf station wagon in a southerly directing when the car collided with the truck which was pushed into two parked cars.
After veering to the western side of the road, the VW came to a stop.
The driver pulled the woman from the car before they tried to flee the scene.
The woman was found nearby with serious abdominal and leg injuries.
A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the woman was conscious, breathing and in a stable condition when she was taken to St George Hospital.
However, on Tuesday afternoon a South Eastern Sydney Local Health District spokeswoman said the woman was in a critical condition.
NSW Fire and Rescue crews arrived on scene to see the car alight and extinguished the fire by 5.30am. A HAZMAT crew was also at the site to mop up fuel on the road.
The man police are looking for is Caucasian, 183cm tall with a slim build. He has short hair and was wearing a faded yellow high visibility shirt.
A blue 2013 Ford Focus sedan, with NSW registration CQ-98-VJ, was stolen from nearby Manning Street a short time later.
NSW Police said the station wagon had been stolen from Blackheath on Monday.
Anyone with information about the crash, the driver or the stolen vehicle should contact police.
Members of the public are urged not to approach, but to contact police immediately.
Contact: Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.