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Kaimai: serious motor vehicle collision


serious motor vehicle collision

Thursday, 29 May 2014 - 5:01pm

Bay of Plenty

Serious Motor Vehicle collision.

Police are currently on the scene of a serious motor vehicle colliison at State Highway 29 Kaimai.

Ambulance and Fire are also in attendance. As a result of the collision the State Highway will be closed to traffic for at least the next two hours.

Drivers are advised that delays will be experienced. Diversions have been established for north bound traffic to exit the state highway at Poripori Road where they will travel north until re entering the state highway just south of Wairoa Pa. South bound traffic will exit State Highway 29 at Old Kaimai Road and continue until the road rejoins the highway.

Some injuries have been sustained however further details are not available for release at this time.

A media update will be made once details come to hand.

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