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Elderly woman hit by car at Maroochydore

A MAN in his 60s has been transferred to Bundaberg Base Hospital.
A MAN in his 60s has been transferred to Bundaberg Base Hospital. Cade Mooney

PARAMEDICS are treating an elderly woman who was struck by a car in Maroochydore.

The woman, believed to be in her 70s, was hit while crossing Horton Pde, outside the Big Top Shopping Centre.

Police have been called to direct traffic around the crash.

The woman was believed to be a stable condition.

Topics:  crash, police




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