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Diesel Spill Road Closure

Diesel Spill Road Closure

Thursday, 10 April 2014 - 10:12am
Bay of Plenty


At about 8:38 this morning the Police received a report of a large diesel spill on SH2 between Clarke Road and Te Puna Station Road in the Bay of Plenty. The spill has resulted in diversions being put in place until the road has been cleaned. These diversions are in the vicinity of Wairoa Bridge onto Te Puna Station Road and at the western end of the spill the diversion is at Clarke Road and SH2. The road will be closed for several hours.

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