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Crash in Te Horo, one seriously injured

Published: Wed 13 Sep 2017 09:36 PM
"Crash in Te Horo, one seriously injured"
At about 8pm this evening Police and emergency services were called to Te Horo, north of Kapiti, to a crash involving one vehicle.
The single vehicle crash occurred between Te Hapua Road and School Road where one of the five occupants was ejected from the vehicle.
The person ejected, is in a serious but stable condition and has been taken to Palmerston North Hospital, while two occupants suffered moderate and one minor injuries.
The serious crash unit are in attendance to establish the reason for the crash.
The road was not closed.
ENDS

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