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April 20, 2021

Accident on Pacific Highway at Bangalow

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A two-car collision has slowed traffic to a crawl on the Pacific Highway at Fowlers Lane, just out of Bangalow.

Emergency services are attending the accident, which happened at about 2.45pm.

It is not known at this stage how many people were involved in the accident or their condition.

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