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March 9, 2021

Suffolk Park traffic incident

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An incident on Broken Head Road this morning has caused traffic to build up around Suffolk Park.

An RFS spokesperson told Echonetdaily a car was on fire near the corner of Clifford Street but no other vehicles were involved.

An RFS fire truck and NSW Fire & Rescue are on the scene and are putting out the fire. There are no reported injuries.

Local traffic disruptions are to be expected between Taylors Lake Rd and Broken Head Reserve Road.


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