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Serious crash and road closure, Glenbrook/Kingseat

Location: Gelnbrook Road and Kingseat Road. Franklin District
District: Counties Manukau

Serious crash and road closure, Glenbrook/Kingseat

Short description: Serious crash and road closure, Glenbrook/Kingseat

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Counties-Manukau Police and other emergency services are currently at the scene of a serious crash at the intersections of Glenbrook and Kingseat Roads.
The crash involves a Car versus Truck, only the occupants of the car have been seriously injured. The elderly female driver is described as status one, a baby passenger is described as status two.
Due to the crash the intersections of Glenbrook and Kingseat Roads will be closed to all traffic for some time. Motorists are advised to avoid the locality if unfamilar with the area. An alternate route for travel to and from Glenbrook is Waiuku Road.
Further information, including road opening, will be advised when known.

ENDS

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