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Single vehicle rollover near Grafton

TWO people were hospitalised after a car left the road and flipped on Earle St, Junction Hill this morning.

At 11am the car lost control on the dirt section of the road, hit a ditch and flipped, landing on its roof.  
SES and NSW Fire and Rescue crews examine the wreckage of a car that flipped when it left the road in Junction Hill today.
SES and NSW Fire and Rescue crews examine the wreckage of a car that flipped when it left the road in Junction Hill today. Jarrard Potter
  Coffs/Clarence duty officer Chief Inspector Allison said while one person was trapped, they were able to get out of the vehicle by the time paramedics and police arrived.   Both occupants of the car were taken to Grafton Base Hospital, one with suspected head injuries but were discharged later that day.  

UPDATE, 12.20PM: The two occupants of a vehicle which rolled off Earl St near Grafton this morning have been transported to Grafton Base Hospital, one with suspected head injuries.

EARLIER: Emergency services have responded to a single vehicle rollover crash on the outskirts of Grafton.

According to NSW Fire and Rescue Grafton captain Garry Reardon, a single vehicle crash occurred in Earl St near the intersection of the Summerland Way between Grafton and Junction Hill at 11.22am.

The occupants were out of the vehicle by the time emergency services arrived at the scene. People were treated at the scene.

More to come.

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