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May 25, 2022

Car, caravan rollover at Cudgera Creek

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Traffic has now cleared on northbound lanes of the Pacific Highway following a car and caravan rollover at Cudgera Creek around midday.

Summerland Way is now also clear between Fairy Hill and Kyogle, after the council and emergency services cleaned up a 10km oil spill.

Original report: A car and caravan have rolled on the Pacific Highway at Cudgera Creek.

Emergency services were still on their way to the scene at midday – it’s not yet known whether there are any injuries.

The Transport Management Centre said that northbound traffic is heavy approaching the site and that ‘some lanes may be affected.

Come back later for further updates.

Summerland Way diesel spill

A 10km diesel spill closed the northbound lane of Summerland Way between Fairy Hill and Kyogle this morning following an earlier accident.

That section of the road was expected to be reopened at midday after local council and emergency service workers clean up the spill but at 12.10 no update was available.

Motorists are advised to exercise caution or delay travel if at all possible.


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