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February 28, 2021

Hit-and-run at Goonellabah

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About 6.30am today (06.05.19) a silver Nissan Pulsar with a wing on the rear was involved in a collision with a 65 year old female on Ballina Road near Jubilee Ave Goonellabah.

Police wish to speak with the driver of that car who left the scene of the collision.

Police are also asking the public to keep an eye out for that Pulsar with possible minor damage to the front passenger side of vehicle. Police have also requested that any dashcam footage taken at that time in the area to be brought to Lismore police ASAP.

Police reference is E70644827


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