Two injured in crash in Bluff

Two people were taken to hospital following a three-vehicle crash in Bluff last night.

A police spokeswoman said emergency services were alerted to the collision at the intersection of Gore St and Marine Parade about 8.03pm.

One person received serious injuries and a second person had moderate injuries - both were taken to Southland Hospital.

It was unknown how many people in were involved in the crash.

A Fire and Emergency New Zealand spokesman said two crews from the Bluff Volunteer Fire Brigade and a third from Kingswell Fire Station responded.

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