Change of transport for horses after crash

Police at the scene in Christchurch this morning. Photos: John Cosgrove
Police at the scene in Christchurch this morning. Photos: John Cosgrove
A crash in Christchurch this morning left one person in shock and some horses needing a change of transport.

Police said they received a report of a collision between two vehicles, one of which was towing a horse float, in the McLean's Island Rd area around 11am.

There were no injuries to anyone involved, including the horses, but one person was reported to be in shock.

The vehicles blocked part of the intersection of McLean's Island Road and Aviation Drive for a short time before the horses moved to another float and vehicles towed.

It wasn't clear how many horses were involved.

Police were alerted to the crash around 11am.
Police were alerted to the crash around 11am.

 

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