Local SES crews had to remove the entire side of the vehicle to release the driver of this car yesterday morning.
Local SES crews had to remove the entire side of the vehicle to release the driver of this car yesterday morning. BRUCE THOMAS

Driver cut from vehicle

A WOMAN had to be cut from her vehicle yesterday morning after it left the road and rolled several times on Cassidys Rd at Bonville.

Coffs Harbour SES unit controller Bill Roffey said local crews were called to the scene of the single vehicle accident just before 9am.

“We had to remove the whole side of the car in order to get her out,” Mr Roffey said.

“It took us about 10 minutes to cut off the doors, then we just performed our glass management procedures.

“She was the sole occupant of the vehicle.”

Police said the woman was taken to hospital suffering minor injuries.



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