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Serious crash near Granity

Serious crash near Granity

A young man is in a serious condition at Grey Base Hospital following a crash near Granity early this morning.

Emergency services were called about 4.30am to a scene on SH67 where a station wagon with one occupant had rolled and landed in a ditch.

The teenage male driver was ejected from the vehicle and sustained serious injuries.

He was flown to hospital.

A serious crash investigation is under way.

No further information is currently available.


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