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Road reopened after crash

Emergency services have responded to an accident on Coramba Rd on Red Hill.
Emergency services have responded to an accident on Coramba Rd on Red Hill.

UPDATE: CORAMBA Rd was cleared and reopened to traffic about 9.30am today after a crash at Red Hill blocked it half an hour earlier.

A man in his 20s, reported to have suffered severe abdominal pain, was taken to Coffs Harbour Health Campus by paramedics.

9AM: A CRASH has blocked Coramba Rd on Red Hill.

The accident happened just before 9am.

Police have reported a man aged in his 20s has suffered severe abdominal pain.

Ambulance paramedics are on scene.

Topics:  accident, red hill



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