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A man jogging at Casuarina on the Tweed Coast was rushed to hospital after being hit by a car from behind early on Sunday morning.

The man was taken to Tweed Hospital where he was reported to be in a stable condition this morning.

He was struck while jogging along Casuarina Way. The vehicle was towing a campervan.

Police are investigating the accident.

 

 

 


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