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Car Crash: SH1, Te Horo area

SH1, Te Horo area

Car crash

Tuesday, 2 September 2014 - 5:55pm

Central

Emergency services are in attendance in a two car crash on State Highway one at the intersection with Te Hapua Road 3.5 k south of Te Horo Beach Road.

3 persons are being treated on scene. Their injuries are reported to range from serious to moderate.

The crash has blocked the south bound lanes and only one north bound lane is open. Traffic is being guided through on a stop/go basis so motorists travelling either way should expect lengthy delays. There will be further delays as the road will likely be closed to enable rescue helicopter access.

No further information on the cause of the crash is available at this time.


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