A driver got a scare this morning after crashing her Holden Commodore in Albany St in wet conditions.
A driver got a scare this morning after crashing her Holden Commodore in Albany St in wet conditions. FRANK REDWARD

Wet roads bring drivers unstuck

WET conditions have brought drivers unstuck on Coffs Coast roads this weekend.

The most serious accident was a two vehicle crash on Shortcut Rd at Raleigh yesterday afternoon, just after 3pm.

A child travelling inside one of the vehicles was taken to Coffs Harbour Hospital with neck and back pains.

Police said the crash happened after one driver lost control.

In Coffs Harbour today, a driver and her family were involved in a minor accident.

The woman lost control of her Holden Commodore in Albany St.

The vehicle slammed into a police and came to rest in a drain, activating the air bags.

Police said driver error was a factor in both crashes and advised motorists to slow down in wet conditions.