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Three people have been injured in a crash on Dunedin's Highcliff Rd this afternoon.

A police spokeswoman said it was called to the scene of the single-car crash at 3.30pm, about 200m from the Penzance Kennels and Cattery.

A St John spokesman said two people were moderately injured and one person had minor injuries.

All were taken to Dunedin Hospital.

Emergency services attend a car crash on Highcliff Rd. Photo: Gregor Richardson
Emergency services attend a car crash on Highcliff Rd. Photo: Gregor Richardson
A photographer at the scene said visibility on the road was poor.

Police had called traffic control and a tow truck to the scene, the spokeswoman said.

"We ask motorists to take care when travelling." 

Comments

I know that short stretch very well and it is rather tricky, especially in reduced visibility or wet weather. It looks easy but is deceiving.

 

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