Chinderah crash cleared on Pacific Highway
A TWO-car accident on the Pacific Highway at Chinderah has been cleared.
Two people were involved in the incident but declined medical treatment.
Emergency services were called to the scene, on the north-bound lane of the Pacific Highway near Chinderah, around 11am, after reports of a two-car collision.
The scene has now been cleared and traffic is moving smoothly.
EMERGENCY services are still at the scene of a crash on the Pacific Highway at Chinderah.
NSW Ambulance responded to a two vehicle collision heading north on the highway at 11am.
Two patients that were involved in the incident declined treatment and were not required to be conveyed to hospital.
No Tweed-Byron LAC police duty officers were available for comment.
The road is now clear of hazards.
Traffic may still be moving slowly in the area near the Murwillumbah exit, and drivers are being urged to take care if travelling in that vicinity.