Update on Fatal crash - Horowhenua
Update on Fatal
Tuesday, 25 March 2014 -
Police are still dealing with
the crash on SH1 near Manakau.
It appears that a Toyota
car has crossed the centreline and collided head on with a
Mitsubishi 4WD. There was one occupant in each
The 84 year old female in the Toyota has died at
the scene while the 80 year old male from the Mitsubishi has
minor injuries. He has been taken for assessment to
Palmerston North Hospital as a precaution.
diversions in place are moving traffic but there will still
be delays. It is hoped to have the road open before
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