Manawatu fatal crash update - State Highway One now open
Manawatu fatal crash update - State Highway One now
Wednesday, 8 January 2014 -
State Highway One, south of Sanson is now
open with both lanes fully operational after a fatal car
crash early this morning.
The highway re-opened at 3:45pm
this afternoon and there is currently a sign posted speed
limit of 50 kilometres per hour in place due to the fresh
repairs to the highway.
All three vehicles involved in the
crash were removed from the scene mid-afternoon and have
been taken away for analysis.
"We are continuing to
investigate the cause of the crash and make inquiries with
"I want to thank motorists and residents in the
area for their patience while we cleared the road and
completed our scene examination. I urge motorists to
continue to exercise caution and stay alert to the road
conditions," says Senior Sergeant Nigel Allan.
there will be no further updates on this matter today. The
next update will be made
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