Grafton Street on the Pacific Highway has reopened to traffic following a crash involving a truck and pedestrian overnight in Coffs Harbour.
Emergency services were called to the scene between Coff Street and Vernon Street around 10:30pm after a 20 year old male was struck by a B Double.
The man was treated at the scene before being transported to the Coffs Harbour Base Hospital.
The driver of the truck was uninjured. He was taken to Coffs Harbour Hospital for mandatory blood tests.
Officers from the Coffs Clarence Police District investigated the crash, their investigation is ongoing.
The road was reopened about 3:45am.
Anyone with dash cam footage or information is urged to contact Police via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Emergency services remain at the scene of a crash involving a truck and pedestrian in the centre of Coffs Harbour.
The crash occurred on the southern stretch of highway, just before Vernon Street, around 10:30pm on Tuesday night.
Contra flow is in place along the Pacific Highway (Grafton Street) between Coff Street and Harbour Drive.
Motorists are advised to slow down in the area.
Current conditions are expected to be in place until early morning.
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