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February 25, 2021

Pacific Highway closed after B-Double and car collide

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A salvage operation is underway following a crash between a B-Double truck and a car on the Pacific Highway near Broadwater this morning.

No persons were injured in the crash, but both lanes of the highway have traffic management in place.

Emergency services were called to the incident near the corner of Boundary Creek Rd just north of Broadwater at 7.45am.

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said the occupants of both vehicles sustained only very minor injuries and did not require treatment.

Police said motorists could expect some delays while the highway was cleared.


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