Two injured in three-car crash

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TWO women have been taken to hospital in a stable condition after a three-car crash this morning on the city-bound side of William Hovell Drive, just past the intersection with Bindubi Street.

Paramedics assessed the two, aged 39 and 40, and treated both on the scene for minor injuries after one was freed from a vehicle by firefighters using hydraulic rescue tools.

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