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Woman and child hospitalised after Shellharbour crash | Illawarra Mercury

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Police are calling for dashcam footage of a single-vehicle crash in Shellharbour which left a woman and her child in hospital. About 10.15pm Tuesday night, a black Mazda CX-5 was travelling east on Lake Entrance Road, when it left the roadway and collided with a power pole. The driver, a 27-year-old woman, freed herself from the vehicle and walked a short distance to Shellharbour Hospital with the rear passenger, a two-year-old boy. Read more: Star-studded Wollongong music festival postponed again due to COVID concerns The woman was taken to St George Hospital with non-life-threatening internal injuries, while the child was taken to Sydney Children’s Hospital with a fractured leg. Police attended and established a…



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