Crash on Dunedin's one-way

Emergency services at the scene of a crash in Dunedin this morning. Photo: Linda Robertson
Emergency services at the scene of a crash in Dunedin this morning. Photo: Linda Robertson
Dunedin's one-way heading south was partially blocked for a time this morning after a two-car collision.

A police spokeswoman said they were called to a crash at the intersection between Castle and St Andrew Sts at 9.10am.

The intersection was partially blocked, but had been cleared by 9.30am.

St John were also called to the crash, but the occupants of both cars escaped without serious injury.

Comments

Imagine a crash if we only had one lane in each direction as one of the options the hospital build is suggesting. Let alone post event traffic from the stadium. Good to hear no serious injuries in this case.

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