Serious Crash SH 6 Between Lumsden and Lowther

Apr 09, 2020
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UPDATE: SH6 Five Rivers-Lumsden Highway is now OPEN and the earlier crash has now been cleared.

A serious incident has been reported to emergency services in this area. SH 6 Between Lumsden and Lowther.

NZTA advises to please delay your journey or use an alternative route.

A Fire and Emergency spokesman confirmed they were notified at 4:01pm, two ambulances were sent, a male is being transported to Kew Hospital with moderate injuries.

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