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A utility was used to transport a child involved in an accident this morning on Blindmouth Road, Main Arm.

A motorist driving on Main Arm Road towards Mullumbimby was passed by a ute travelling at high speed at about 8.30am this morning.

She told Echonetdaily, ‘I switched on my CB radio and heard that the guy in the ute was rushing a kid who was injured in a car accident to hospital.

‘Later I saw an ambulance coming the other way.’

Ambulance media have said there was no delay in dispatching an ambulance from Mullumbimby. They said they received a 000 call at 8.22am and an ambulance was dispatched at 8.26am.

They said a single car had rolled but no patients were on the scene when paramedics arrived.

Mullumbimby Hospital has confirmed the patient was delivered safely.

 


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