A car flipped on the Queen and Fitzroy St intersection.
A car flipped on the Queen and Fitzroy St intersection.

Lucky escape after car flips

A motorist's car has flipped after an incident on a busy intersection in Grafton's CBD.

The car, which was originally on its roof, was flipped over by tow trucks before the car was towed by the NRMA.

With glass covering the street and an oil spill, Police and Fire and Rescue Grafton responded to the incident involving a provisional driver. 

It is understood the P-plater was t-boned by another vehicle.

Fire and Rescue Grafton deputy Chris Rumpf said he understood one car had been t-boned and rolled. 

"No one was injured, they were assessed at the scene by Ambulance officers and no one was taken to hospital," he said. 


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