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Four people were taken to Tweed Hospital following a serious collision on Tweed Valley Way yesterday afternoon.

At about 3.20pm a Commodore sedan and Ford Laser collided. The Commodore then crossed to the wrong side of the road and ran into some trees.

A man and a woman believed to be in their 30s sustained serious injuries and were trapped in the Commodore for up to an hour before being released.

A young girl in the back seat of the vehicle also sustained serious injuries and had to be rescued.

The driver of the Ford Laser, an elderly female, sustained minor injuries.

Anyone with information about the circumstances surrounding the incident is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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