Woman rescued from Banora Point waterway

A woman has been rescued from a Banora Point waterway.
A woman has been rescued from a Banora Point waterway. Trevor Veale/Coffs Coast Advocat

EMERGENCY services have rescued a woman from a Banora Point waterway.

A NSW Fire and Rescue spokeswoman said a Tweed Heads crew was called to a canal on Darlington Dr about 4.30pm.

It's understood a woman's vehicle had fallen into the water, but she was rescued by police and ambulance personnel, who were first at the scene.

A NSW Ambulance spokesman said one female patient was being treated.

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