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April 20, 2021

Woman survives highway crash near Ocean Shores

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A 45-year-old woman survived a crash on the Pacific Highway over the weekend.

Unfortunately a maltese terrier with her in the car died.

Graham Nickisson from the Westpac Helicopter Rescue service said the woman had multiple injuries and emergency responders took her by ambulance to the Gold Coast University Hospital.

The woman had been driving a four-wheel drive north along the highway near Crabbes Creek, where she crashed and rolled the car around 6pm Saturday.


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