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Woman injured after serious crash in Terranora

Firefighters wait for the tow truck to come get the smashed car.
Firefighters wait for the tow truck to come get the smashed car. John Gass

A WOMAN suffered minor injuries after a serious crash on Terranora Rd this morning.

Tweed Heads NSW Fire and Rescue Station Commander Matin Maher said his crew was called to a single vehicle crash at 8.10am.

"There was one person trapped in the car," he said.

"The car hit a tree."

Station Commander Maher said the woman was freed from her car by emergency services.

Oil also leaked from the vehicle and was cleaned up by NSW Fire and Rescue.

A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said the woman, 59, suffered minor injuries and was transported to Tweed Hospital in a stable condition.

It is unknown what caused the crash.

Police at the scene directed the traffic which was delayed for up to an hour.

Police have been contacted for comment.

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