Four trucks have been involved in three separate crashes
across the North Island today.
Two trucks sideswiped each other in foggy weather on Tirau
Rd, Cambridge, Waikato about 6.15am, police said.
The incident did not block the road and neither of the
drivers were injured, a spokeswoman said.
In another crash, a truck and trailer rolled on State Highway
1 south of Waiouru, blocking one lane of the highway,
Inspector Chris Tate of central police communications said.
The crash happened near Deacon's Rd just before 5.30am
The driver was uninjured, Mr Tate said.
"There was a bit of a bend in the road and I assume it was
either the conditions or the speed for the conditions [that
caused the crash]."
It would take about an hour to clear the road, he said.
Earlier two people were injured when a Courier Post truck and
trailer rolled near Bulls in Rangitikei.
That crash happened on Kakariki Rd, near State Highway 1
A central ambulance communications spokesman said two people
suffered moderate injuries and were taken by ambulance to
The road was expected to be blocked until about mid-morning.