No serious injuries as caravan rolls on highway

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The patient refused to be taken to hospital.

A caravan has rolled on the north bound lane of the Pacific Highway at Ballina in New South Wales … but there appears to have been no serious injuries.

Police said the accident happened just after 10am this morning, a little past the Teven roundabout, and involved a two-axle caravan.

“The caravan was being a towed by a Toyota LandCruiser heading north,” Richmond Police District duty officer Acting Inspector, Tom Kirk, told the Northern Star newspaper.

Paramedics rushed to the scene and treated at least one patient, who then has refused to be taken to hospital by ambulance.

“The person has declined to be transported to hospital,” a spokesman from NSW Ambulance Media told the Star.

There was no major traffic disruption as other drivers were able to use the breakdown lane to get past the crash site.

The cause of the accident is still being investigated.

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