Two vehicle accident on Tweed Valley Way close to the Riverside drive turn off. Wednesday 21, 2015. Photo: Nolan Verheij-Full / Tweed Daily News
Two vehicle accident on Tweed Valley Way close to the Riverside drive turn off. Wednesday 21, 2015. Photo: Nolan Verheij-Full / Tweed Daily News Nolan Verheij-Full

Man taken to hospital after Tweed Valley Way crash

Update: 2.45pm

A MAN in his 20s has been transported to Tweed Hospital following a two-vehicle crash on Tweed Valley Way. 

An Ambulance NSW spokeswoman said the man, in his late 20s, was in a stable condition with leg injuries.

One man was taken to hospital after a crash involving a car and truck on Tweed Valley Way on Wednesday afternoon.
One man was taken to hospital after a crash involving a car and truck on Tweed Valley Way on Wednesday afternoon. Liana Turner

Tweed-Byron LAC Inspector Mick Dempsey said the circumstances surrounding the crash were so far unknown. 

Insp Dempsey said the Crash Investigation Unit had been called in to assist. 

The incident saw rubble from the car, a grey Ford Falcon with Queensland number plates, strewn for more than 100m. 

Residents looked on, shocked by the second serious crash on Tweed Valley Way in months.  

At about 2.40pm, Tweed Valley Way remained blocked from either end of Riverside Dr. 

 

Initial report: January 21, 2.15pm

EMERGENCY services are at the scene of a two-vehicle crash on Tweed Valley Way. 

An Ambulance NSW spokeswoman said they were called to the scene near Riverside Dr, Tumbulgum just before 2pm. 

She said a truck and car were involved in the incident, and one patient was being assessed as of 2.15pm. 

More details to come. 



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