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Man killed in motorbike crash near Murwillumbah

A 45-year-old Queensland man died after he crashed his motorcylce on a bend on Limpinwood Road near Tyalgum yesterday (Sunday) morning).

Police say the man sustained head and internal injuries and died in an air ambulance en route to Gold Coast University Hospital, Southport.

Police believe the bike failed to negotiate a sweeping bend and crashed into a tree on the opposite side of the road at around 10.15am.

The crash site was examined by specialist forensic officers and the accident is now under investigation by police from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command.

A report will be prepared for the Coroner.


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