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Serious Crash Invercargill

May 02, 2019
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Police and ambulance attended a serious crash in Southland tonight on Watt Road, Otatara.

A motorbike collided with a power pole and the rider sustained critical injuries.

The crash occurred at about 10pm and the Serious Crash Unit are completing a scene examination.

Motorists are asked to avoid the area.

Updated: The 24 year motorcyclist has died in hospital from injuries sustained from the accident.

 

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