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March 1, 2021

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Two people are lucky to have survived a two-car motor vehicle accident on Tintenbar Road, Tintenbar at around 7.30am this morning, near the T-intersection with Fernleigh Road.

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter Service reports that a male was trapped by the legs in one of the vehicles. The patient has been airlifted to Lismore Base Hospital with serious leg injuries.

Another person involved in the accident was taken by road ambulance to Ballina Hospital with less serious injuries.

No further information was available at press time.


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