1 hurt after crash in North Dunedin

Photo: Tim Miller
Photo: Tim Miller
One person has received moderate injuries following a two-vehicle collision in North Dunedin this afternoon.

A police spokeswoman said a car and a truck collided at the intersection of Pine Hill Rd and Cumberland St North, about 12.15pm.

Police, Fire and Emergency New Zealand, and St John ambulance were in attendance.

The spokeswoman said the road did not appear to be blocked.
 

Comments

Let me guess, one vehicle failed to give way at the stop sign. Stop means stop, not sail through, not creep forward etc etc.

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