Crash ignites passion



KYLIE Bennett's passion for art has been reignited after an horrific car accident earlier this year that almost claimed her life. The Tweed woman was driving home to Burringbar on June 24 when she ran head-on into a truck on the Tweed Valley Way near the Bullamakanka Rest on the northern outskirts of Murwillumbah. She had to be cut from her wrecked Ford Laser, leaving police and emergency workers at the accident wondering how she could have survived. Kylie cannot remember the crash or how it happened, but she considers herself extremely lucky to have survived. "I can only guess I went to sleep, but I just don't remember anything," she said. n Continued page 3



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