Four hospitalised in car accidents

FOUR people were taken to Grafton Base Hospital yesterday after two separate accidents before 9am.

The first occurred about 7.05am on the Pacific Highway just north of the Wooli turn off.

Grafton Highway Patrol officer Sergeant Dallas Leven said it appeared a single vehicle with two occupants left the road and crashed. Both occupants were taken to hospital with minor injuries.

In the second accident, two cars collided near the intersection of Pound and Clarence streets, Grafton, at about 8.15am. Two occupants were taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Sgt Leven said investigations into the crashes were continuing. All three vehicles were extensively damaged.



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