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4WD flips on Pacific Highway

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Traffic on the Pacific Highway northbound in the Tweed is believed to be returning to normal after a 4WD Dodge or similar flipped earlier this afternoon (Tuesday, February 13), landing on its side.

The vehicle had obstructed one land of northbound traffic just before the Cabarita exit.

Echonetdaily believes the occupants of the vehicle have been taken to hospital but no details are currently available as to their condition.


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