Correction - serious crash, Te Rapa
A previous release stated Police were called about 2.50pm to
a serious crash at the intersection of Te Rapa Rd and Bryant
Rd, Te Rapa.
The correct time Police were called is
Police apologises for any confusion caused.
The Serious Crash Unit will examine the scene of the
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