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Woman dies in crash on Yamba Rd

A fatality on Yamba Road between Carrs Drive and Nautilus Street at 7.20 am on Friday, 27th April 2012, involving a small blue sedan and a concrete truck. A young local women died at the scene. Photo: Debrah Novak / The Daily Examiner
A fatality on Yamba Road between Carrs Drive and Nautilus Street at 7.20 am on Friday, 27th April 2012, involving a small blue sedan and a concrete truck. A young local women died at the scene. Photo: Debrah Novak / The Daily Examiner

A FEMALE driver has died this morning in a crash on Yamba Rd.

It is understood her vehicle was involved in a crash with a cement truck.

Emergency services are still on scene and the Daily Examiner will provide updates throughout the morning.

Topics:  car crash, fatality, yamba




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