Update - SH 29 crash, Lower Kaimai
Work continues at the scene of the crash yesterday on SH 29,
A single vehicle was reported to have gone
off the road into the Wairoa River around 7:40pm.
Police Dive Squad are attending and will undertake work
today to locate a person believed to have been in the car
when it crashed and became submerged.
injured in the incident was transported to hospital for
The Serious Crash Unit attended the scene of
the incident and an investigation into the circumstances of
the crash is
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