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CAR LEAVES TRAIL OF DESTRUCTION ON CENTRAL COAST, WOMAN INJURED

A woman has been flown to John Hunter Hospital after she was struck by a car at Tuggerah on the Central Coast this morning.

The 35-year-old mother was waiting for her car to be serviced when she was struck by an out of control car that left Johnson Road. The vehicle also hit a water main, crashed through a steel fence and landed on top of a vehicle in a car yard.

The woman has been placed in an induced coma. She’s suffering head, arm and leg injuries.

A man in his 20s who was driving the car and his female passenger were taken to Gosford Hospital with minor injuries.

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Blake Doyle is NBN's Head of News. Prior to that he spent eight years as NBN's Chief Producer. He's worked as a journalist in Newcastle, London and far north Queensland.

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