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June 26, 2024

Pacific Highway northbound reopens at Coffs

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Northbound lanes of the Pacific Highway have reopened in Coffs Harbour following an earlier truck crash.

The northbound lanes of the highway had been closed just past Englands Road, Stadium Drive roundabout.

The Pacific Highway is heavy in both directions so motorists should continue to allow additional travel time until traffic returns to normal.

For the latest traffic information, visit www.livetraffic.com


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