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Head-on collision on country road puts three in hospital

Car crash in Tumbulgum.
Car crash in Tumbulgum. John Gass

A YOUNG girl suffering head injuries is one of three people who were transported to Tweed Hospital after a head-on collision this afternoon.

About noon emergency services were called to the crash at Dulguigan Rd, Tumbulgum.

"An eight-year-old girl was transported with a head wound," an NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said.

"A woman in her 30s was also transported with head wounds."

A male in his 40s suffered a knee and shoulder injury.

All are in a stable condition.

Tweed police were unable to comment on the crash saying they had no information.

Topics:  head on collision, murwillumbah



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