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February 25, 2021

Fatal accident at Eungella

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Police are continuing to investigate the cause of a single-car accident at Eungella yesterday morning that killed a 20-year-old man.

At about 8.25am the man’s small silver sedan was driving along Tyalgum Rd, Eungella when it left the road and hit a tree.

The man was found dead at the scene and two passengers, girls aged 16 and 17, were taken to Tweed Hospital.

The fatal accident took place around 2km west of Hidden Valley Road and caused the closure of Tyalgum Road for several hours.


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