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Two people have died in a crash near Grafton in northern NSW.

Police were called to Dilkoon early on Saturday morning after a collision between a truck and sedan.

The driver and passenger of the small vehicle died at the scene and the 64 year old truck driver escaped without injury. Image: Twitter/QLD Police

 

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Another random tragedy. And I thought it would get better after leaving Iraq.

And how many kids go missing each year yet you hardly ever mention that why ?🤔covering for certain people hay ?

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