Second Crash at Brynderwyn - SH1
"Second Crash at Brynderwyn - SH1 Brynderwyn -
Shortly after clearing the scene of a serious
crash on the Brynderwyn Hill police are again attending a
crash in the same vicinity.
This is a 2 car crash blocking
one lane of SH!. Only minor injuries reported.
are en-route to clear a fuel spill.
Police remind drivers
of the need to drive to the conditions and slow down in
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