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Fatal Crash In Glen Eden

Fatal Crash In Glen Eden

NZ Police CommCens Alert 18:30 19-11-2007 Waitemata

Location of incident: Glen Eden

Incident Type: Fatal Crash

West Coast Road between Bowers and Pleasant Roads has been closed to traffic as a result of a fatal crash. Initial reports say that a car and a truck were involved and it appears that a male was thrown through the windscreen of one of the vehicles.

Police and emergency services are at the scene. Diversions will be manned.

This posting will be updated when further information comes to hand.

Issued By: Inspector Ian Brooker


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