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Accident on Pacific Hwy after driver suffers medical episode

According to a NSW Ambulance spokesperson, a man, aged 50, has driven off the road into an embankment at Moonee Beach.
According to a NSW Ambulance spokesperson, a man, aged 50, has driven off the road into an embankment at Moonee Beach. Frank Redward

EMERGENCY services have been called to the scene of an accident at Moonee Beach where a driver has suffered a medical episode while travelling on the Pacific Highway.

According to a NSW Ambulance spokesperson, a man, aged 50, drove his Ford Falcon off the road into an embankment just after 10am this morning.

Duty Operations Manager, NSW Ambulance Inspector Mick Mair confirmed the man was found in a serious condition when emergency services arrived and was treated at the scene by paramedics.

He was then conveyed to Coffs Harbour Base Hospital in a critical condition.

Fire and Rescue NSW, SES and RFS were also called to the scene.

Topics:  car accident coffs harbour fire and rescue nsw moonee beach pacific highway crash rural fire service ses



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