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Moruya Fire and Rescue warn road users to drive slow in wet conditions

Fire and Rescue NSW Station 384 Moruya report:

12/07/2020 4.06pm, Called to an MVA south of Moruya. Car had lost control in wet weather conditions, the vehicle left the road and hit several small trees and rolled. Single occupant was transported to hospital with minor injuries. Crews awaited onscene until tow truck removed vehicle from the scene. Moruya Fire and Rescue warn road users to drive slow in wet conditions, particularly after a period of dry weather as roads will become extremely slippery.

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