School children hurt in Pacific Highway pile-up

FIVE people, including three Sydney school kids, were taken to hospital yesterday after a three car pile-up on the Pacific Highway.

Police and a fleet of ambulances were called to the accident scene 2km north of Corindi Beach at 11.08am.

The schoolchildren, who were returning to Blacktown from a trip to Fraser Island, were in a Land Rover which had stopped at roadworks, police said.

A southbound Lancer sedan slammed into the rear of the Land Rover, which was towing a trailer, and a Mercedes sedan travelling behind hit the rear of the Lancer.

The three children, the Lancer driver and a passenger in the Mercedes were treated for minor injuries at Coffs Harbour Health Campus.

Woolgoolga police were late yesterday continuing their inquiries into the cause of the smash.

On the run

POLICE need your help tracking down three youths who tried to break into a house at Red Rock on Tuesday night.

The trio, described as males aged 15 to 18, smashed windows at the house in Red Rock Road at 9.30pm.

They fled on foot when they were challenged.

To help with the investigation, contact Coffs Harbour detectives on 6652 0299.



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