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Two vehicle crash at South Grafton

A collision between two cars at the corner of Rushforth Road and Tyson Street Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
A collision between two cars at the corner of Rushforth Road and Tyson Street Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

TWO vehicles were involved in a t-bone type collision on Tyson St, South Grafton at about 3pm today.
The cars involved were a dark blue Ford Fairmont and a maroon Ford station wagon.
There were five people involved in the crash, including two children, however everyone walked away unhurt.
An ambulance officer at the scene said the children involved were in car seats and that it may have saved their lives.
 

Topics:  car crash, south grafton




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