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The lorry was descending the Bulli Pass, and when approaching a sharp bend on a steep grade the brakes failed to act, and the vehicle dashed through a fence, which saved it from a more serious fall. Seven men were riding on the lorry at the time, and two of them sustained broken bones. The lorry was carrying a load of roofing tiles.
– Sydney Mail Wednesday 19 December 1923