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Pacific Highway closed north of Grafton

MOTORISTS are advised the Pacific Highway is closed in both directions north of Grafton following an accident between a car and truck at Shark Creek.

Emergency services are on site working to clear the accident as quickly as possible.

Drivers have been advised to use the Summerland Way and Bruxner Highway between Grafton and Lismore, via Casino, as an alternative route.

This diversion is suitable for all vehicles.

Motorists travelling in the area and using the diversion are advised to allow plenty of additional travel time.

For the latest traffic information, visit livetraffic.com or call 132 701.




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