Mother and son die in West Coast crash
Mother and son die in West Coast
Monday, 16 December 2013 -
A 43 year old Greymouth woman and her 15
year old son died as a result of a crash on Taylorville Road
about 11am today.
A pre-school boy who was also in the
vehicle has been taken to Grey Base Hospital.
Patrol Sergeant Dave Cross said the vehicle was travelling
down hill into a bend in wet conditions. He said the car had
gone over bank and landed upside down in a creek.
serious crash investigation is under way and Police are in
the process of notifying next of
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