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A woman is in a serious condition after being hit by a car late Saturday evening

Just before 9.30pm on December 5, emergency services were called to The Tweed Coast Road, near Rosewood Avenue, Bogangar, following reports a 64-year-old woman had been hit by a Ford Focus sedan while crossing the road.

The driver, a 32-year-old man, stopped and assisted the pedestrian before paramedics arrived.

The woman was taken to the Gold Coast University Hospital with head, back and pelvis injuries where she remains in a stable condition.

The driver was breath tested at the scene and returned a negative result. He was also taken to hospital for mandatory testing.

Officers from the Crash Investigation Unit examined the scene and commenced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the crash.


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