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Southbound traffic heading out of Tweed Heads on the Pacific Highway is experiencing delays caused by a truck breakdown at Chinderah.

The breakdown was reported at around 7 o’clock this morning and tow trucks are currently at the scene.

It is understood no-one was injured and emergency services hope to have the site cleared soon.

For more information visit the Live Traffic NSW website.


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