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Two female cyclists who crashed on the Pacific Motorway, west of Lennox Head, on Saturday (June 9) had lucky escapes as they were both wearing helmets, police report.

The Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was tasked to  the accident after the two cyclists collided into each other just north of Ross Lane.

The helicopter landed on the motorway to attend to the two patients.

One rider was treated for head and spinal injuries and transported by helicopter to Gold Coast University Hospital.

Her condition is said to be stable after surgery.

The second rider was transferred to Lismore Base Hospital by road ambulance and has since been released.

 


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