Fatal Vehicle Crash Havelock North - Eastern District
"Police News Alert Issued *** 3.55pm, 07 January
Hawkes Bay Police are attending the scene of a
two vehicle crash on Napier Road Havelock North.
believe that each vehicle had a sole occupant. The occupant
of one vehicle is deceased. The other occupant has been
removed from their vehicle and has been transported to
Hawkes Bay Regional Hospital at Hastings, listed as status 3
or not life threatening at this stage.
Serious Crash Unit
has been called out and are attending.
Napier Road is
blocked and motorists are advised to access Havelock North
via State Highway 2. This will be updated once access is
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