Emergency vehicles at the scene of yesterday’s crash.  Picture: Adam Hourigan
Emergency vehicles at the scene of yesterday’s crash. Picture: Adam Hourigan

Clarence Valley shares grief for couple killed in collision

THOUGHTS and condolences are pouring in from the Clarence Valley community for the two Ashby residents who lost their lives on the Pacific Highway yesterday afternoon.

These are just some of the messages sent in via the Daily Examiner Facebook page:

 

 

JO JO

Feeling heartbroken for the poor family of the deceased. I know what it's like to lose someone at Christmas.

SASHA MARTIN

Thinking of the families. So horrible.

KIMMY GEE

My condolences to the families at this time of year… so sad.

 

LEONIE WINKLER

My heart goes out to all families involved.

 

A long line of trucks await the re-opening of the Pacific Highway after the multi-vehicle accident.
A long line of trucks await the re-opening of the Pacific Highway after the multi-vehicle accident. Jake Murray

LATEST UPDATE

The names of the two Ashby residents who lost their lives in yesterday's head-on collision have yet to be released, while the occupants of the other vehicle remain in hospital.

The woman remains at Gold Coast University Hospital in a critical condition while the two men are still in a serious but stable condition at Lismore Base Hospital. 



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