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Crash closes highway at Tyndale

AT LEAST two people have been injured and the Pacific Highway partially blocked near Tyndale after a crash.

About 11.40am emergency services were called to a section of the Pacific Highway near Tyndale after reports of a car crash.

At the moment it is unclear how many vehicles were involved but at least two males have been treated at the scene by paramedics for minor injuries.

No other injuries have been reported at this time.

Units from the SES were initially called to the scene but were called off just before 12pm with reports confirming no drivers were trapped.

One lane of the Pacific Highway was closed temporarily while emergency services tended the scene.

No further details are known at the moment.

Topics:  car crash, pacific highway, tyndale




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