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Driver airlifted after crash

A man was taken to Gold Coast Hospital following a crash at Eungella.
A man was taken to Gold Coast Hospital following a crash at Eungella.

A MAN was airlifted to Gold Coast Hospital last night after a single car accident on Tuesday.

Tweed Police said the driver was airlifted from Eungella, near Murwillumbah, after the vehicle he was driving failed to negotiate a right-hand bend on Tyalgum Rd.

According to police the car rotated 90 degrees before hitting a tree on the passenger side about 6.50pm.

Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter took the man with suspected non-life threatening hip, shoulder and spinal injuries to the hospital.

Topics:  car crash, emergency services, eungella, surf life saving



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