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April 22, 2021

Man dies in single car crash near Lismore

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PoliceTape-featureimageA report is being prepared for the Coroner after the death of a man in a single car crash near Lindendale, between Lismore and Alstonville on Friday.

Emergency services were called to Cowlong Road near the Bruxner Highway at around 5pm on Friday 25 after a report that a white sedan had left the road and hit a tree.

The male driver and sole occupant of the car died at the scene.


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