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April 13, 2021

Pacific Highway blocked at Newrybar

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A broken-down b-double truck is causing a traffic jam on the Pacific Highway just south of Newrybar this morning.

Echonetdaily understands the breakdown, which happened just before 9am, has closed one of two northbound lanes between Ross Lane and Newrybar.

Emergency services are attending the accident. No one is believed to have been injured.

Traffic has slowed but not stopped on the highway and no alternate routes have been recommended at this stage.


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