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All southbound lanes of the M1 Pacific Motorway are closed near Chinderah due to a two-truck crash.

The crash, which happened around 5km south of Tweed Valley Way, happened at around 2.15pm.

Southbound motorists are advised to use Tweed Valley Way instead.

Emergency services and traffic crews are responding.

All northbound lanes of the motorway are open.

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


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