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Crash - Car v Motorcycle - SH5 Tapapa

Crash - Car v Motorcycle - SH5 Tapapa - Bay of Plenty

Emergency services are at the scene of a crash on State Highway 5 at Tapapa in the South Waikato District.

A car and motorcycle have collided, and two people have serious injuries. The road will be closed in both directions at the intersection of Harwoods Road and SH5 while a rescue helicopter transfers the patients to hospital.

Both patients, the motorcyclist and a 12 year old passenger in the car are reported to have status 2 (serious) injuries.

There will be traffic delays while the road is closed and the scene is cleared.

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