'Minimal injuries' after another Corstorphine crash

A two-car crash occurred on Stevenson Rd, Corstorphine, this evening. Photo: Gregor Richardson
A two-car crash occurred on Stevenson Rd, Corstorphine, this evening. Photo: Gregor Richardson

Emergency services have been called out to a two-car crash in Corstorphine this evening.

A police spokeswoman said police and St John were on the scene, and it appeared people involved had sustained "minimal injuries".

The crash occurred shortly after 6.30pm on Stevenson Rd.

Today's crash happens just days after a serious crash nearby in Corstorphine Rd on Sunday which resulted in the hospitalisation of two people.

The ODT previously reported a Dunedin Hospital spokeswoman said the female occupant from Sunday's crash remained in intensive care in a serious, but stable condition, and the male occupant was in a stable condition on a general ward.

Both occupants of the car were trapped, one for almost an hour. 

 

 

 

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