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Woman killed in crash

Bashing police crime scene at Edgar st coffs jetty area Photo: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate
Bashing police crime scene at Edgar st coffs jetty area Photo: Trevor Veale / The Coffs Coast Advocate Trevor Veale

A WOMAN has died after being involved in a crash between a car and a truck at Teven.

Police said the car, driven by the woman, who they described as "middle-aged, and the truck collided on Teven Road about 10.30am.

Paramedics at the scene tried to save the woman, but she died at the scene.

The man driving the truck was not physically hurt. He was taken to hospital for mandatory blood and urine tests.

Teven Road remains closed while crash investigaters examine the scene.

Anyone with information on the crash should call Ballina police on 6681 8699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  crash, fatal, police



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