A 30-year-old man has been taken to Griffith Base Hospital following an accident at Tabbita.
At 3.02pm, Ambulance NSW were called to an accident at a Tabbita Lane workplace north-east of Griffith.
A conveyor belt was being moved when it's believed to have collapsed onto the man in a forklift, trapping him in the seat of the vehicle.
The man had been freed after he was cut out with an oxy acetylene torch used to cut the metal bars which supported the cabin of a forklift.
Co-workers took the man to the worksite's offices in the back of a car, where he was still conscious.
When paramedics arrived they applied pelvic split because of suspect pelvic fractures.
An Ambulance NSW spokesman said it appeared the man had no other injuries, but he was being taken to Griffith Base Hospital in a serious, but stable condition.
An medical airplane from Sydney has been dispatched to retrieve the man for further treatment.