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Police seek witnesses to two serious crashes

Police seek witnesses to two serious crashes in Counties Manukau.

Police are seeking witnesses to two crashes, one fatal and one serious, that occurred in Counties Manukau on 12 and 13 May, 2018.

The first crash occurred on Saturday 12 May at approximately 11:00pm on Te Irirangi Road, Flat Bush between Smales Road and Accent Drive.

The crash involved a white Mazda Familia driving on the wrong side of the road and colliding head on with another vehicle.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen the Mazda being driven around this time.

In particular there are a number of reports of near misses with other vehicles.

If you have any information which may assist our enquiries, please contact Constable Gabrielle Griffiths, Counties Manukau Serious Crash Unit on 021 192 1542 and reference file number 180513/1846.

The second crash occurred on Sunday 13 May at approximately 9:25am on Ti Rakau Drive, Flat Bush at the intersection with Edgewater Drive.

The crash involved a black BMW 745I and a black Honda Civic. Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen these two vehicles being driven around this time.

If you have any information which may assist this enquiry, please contact Constable Griffiths, Counties Manukau Serious Crash Unit on the number above and quote event number P033481261.

Alternatively, information can also be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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