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Motor vehicle crash near Mullum

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A woman has been injured following a single-vehicle crash at Mullumbimby last night.

About 10.30pm (Tuesday, 28 August, 2022), emergency services attended Mullumbimby Road following reports a Mazda 3 sedan had crashed.

It appears the vehicle was travelling west when it left the roadway, hit a fence and tree, before coming to rest back on the road.

The driver, and sole occupant, a 32-year-old woman was taken to Gold Coast Hospital with a suspected fractured arm. She also underwent mandatory testing and remains in a stable condition.

Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the crash are continuing by officers attached to Tweed/Byron Police Area Command.


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