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Delays are expected on the Pacific Highway near Coffs Harbour while crews salvage a beer truck which lost control heading south on Dirty Creek Range.

The truck lost control and rolled onto its side beside the road.

No-one was injured.

On other Pacific Highway news, the recently opened section of the Ballina bypass, connecting to the Bruxner Highway, will remain a 60km zone throughout the January period.

An RMS spokesperson said the road is built on soft soil and the existing road surface will need to bed down before the final surface can be completed.

Drivers are also reminded that the holiday double demerits period commences tonight.


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