Women remain in hospital following two-car crash
Update: December 9, 4.30pm
TWO women remain in hospital following a two-vehicle crash on Tweed Valley Way on Monday.
Police are still investigating the incident, and have not yet been able to interview all those involved.
Tweed-Byron LAC Inspector Darren Steel said about 4.14pm, a white Toyota Camry driven by a 25-year-old woman was travelling along Cudgen Rd at Stotts Creek.
"The driver attempted to make a right turn at the intersection with Tweed Valley Way," Insp Steel said.
"As she made the turn a Toyota Hilux use, travelling south on Tweed Valley Way...struck the Camry near the drivers door, causing extensive damage."
The Hilux was being driven by a 44-year-old man.
Insp Steel said the 25-year-old was trapped in her vehicle for about 40 minutes, while the VRA worked to rescue her.
She was conveyed to Tweed Hospital by ambulance in a serious condition, and has since been transferred to the Gold Coast University Hospital with a fractured pelvis and minor head injuries.
Insp Steel said her 61-year-old female passenger suffered chest injuries and was taken to Tweed Hospital in a stable condition.
A four-year-old child, secured in a capsule in the rear of the vehicle, was unharmed.
After several afternoons of heavy rain, Insp Steel urged drivers to take care.
"Always drive to the conditions, and to your ability," he said.
TWO women have been taken to hospital after a two-car crash on Tweed Valley Way.
An Ambulance NSW spokeswoman said emergency services were called to the scene about 4.11pm.
She said A woman in her early 20s suffered head injuries and a possible fractured pelvis, to be confirmed in hospital,
Another woman, in her 40s, suffered abdomen injuries.
Both were taken to Tweed Hospital.
Initial report: December 8, 4.28pm
EMERGENCY services are on scene at a car crash near the corner of Tweed Valley Way and Cudgen Rd.
It's believed multiple cars are involved, with one person trapped.
More details to come.