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Investigations continue into fatal crash at Nana Glen

Emergency services attend the scene of the fatal crash north of Nana Glen.
Emergency services attend the scene of the fatal crash north of Nana Glen.

POLICE are continuing to investigate the cause of a fatal crash where a 42-year-old man was killed near Nana Glen at the weekend

The single vehicle crash happened on the Orara Way, 5km north of the town on Sunday.

Emergency services were called to the scene at 10.40am. 

The Mazda dual cab utility left the roadway and struck a large gum on the eastern side of the road.

The driver, a local man, was the sole occupant of the vehicle. 

Police said the man's family has been notified and a report has been prepared for the Coroner.

Topics:  accident, nana glen



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