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Bangalow Road reopens after accident

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The accident took place near the intersection of Eltham Road at around 7am and  closed the road between Bangalow and Lismore completely for several hours.

Motorists had to use the Pacific Highway and Bruxner Highway as an alternative route to the notoriously accident prone Bangalow Road.

 


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