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NSW Ambulance paramedics have freed a man who was trapped under his motorbike after he was hit by a van this morning.

A NSW Ambulance spokesperson told Echonetdaily they were called out at around 8.40am this morning to the Pacific Highway, Tyagarah, to ‘an incident involving motorbike and a van’.

The motorbike rider had been trapped ‘for some time’, the spokesperson said.

‘Paramedics treated him for leg injuries and a possible hip fracture before taking him to Tweed Hospital by road ambulance.’

According to police the accident took place on a side road near the Mullumbimby exit.

Police say the man was freed at around 8.58pm.

According to LiveTraffic there are no delays on the Pacific Highway in the area.


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