Woman removed from car after Northbourne crash

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A WOMAN was extricated from her car this morning (November 28) after a crash on the intersection of Northbourne Avenue and Barry Drive, which allegedly involved two cars and a truck. 

One woman doesn’t require medical treatment, but another woman has been taken to hospital with minor injuries.

All emergency services have now departed the scene.

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