A Port Macquarie woman is lucky to escape unharmed after the vehicle she was driving in slammed into the back of a caravan on Pacific Highway.
The silver Suzuki Vitara driven by the 24 year old woman was travelling south on the highway when it allegedly collided with the back of a caravan around 10.45am on Monday, March 25.
Port Macquarie Police chief inspector Michael Aldridge said the crash occurred near the Blackmans Point intersection.
"The caravan was travelling south with a deflating tyre and was travelling less than speed limit," he said.
"A silver Suzuki Vitara has collided with the rear of the caravan and a 24 year old Port Macquarie woman was treated at the scene."
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