Tasman Police attend crash on SH 65, Maruia
"Tasman Police attend crash on SH 65, Maruia"
Police are attending a crash on State Highway 65, Maruia
between two vehicles near Memorial Lane.
services were called at approximately 9:10pm and the Serious
Crash Unit has been advised.
Six people are injured, one
seriously, three moderately and two have minor injuries.
The road is closed between O'Sullivan Bridge and Springs
Motorists are urged to delay travel through SH65
as significant delays are expected for at least a couple of
Police thank motorists for their patience.
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