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Woman hit by car hospitalised

A WOMAN in her 20's was taken to Lismore Base Hospital on Thursday night with minor injuries after she was hit by a car in Molesworth St at Lismore.

Paramedics said the incident occurred around 1.30 am.

A Northern NSW Local Health District spokesperson said the woman was taken to the hospital but not admitted and her injuries were minor.

Topics:  car crash, hit by car, lismore base hospital




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