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25 Jan 2022 11:02
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Three people have died in crashes overnight, including one in Auckland where a vehicle ploughed through a fence and ended up wedged inside a tunnel

    Three people have died in crashes overnight, including one in Auckland where a vehicle ploughed through a fence and ended up wedged inside a tunnel


    Two people died in the Clendon Park crash at the Weymouth and Palmers road intersection around 12.35 this morning.

    A man who was at the scene shortly after the crash says it ploughed through a fence and crashed into a tunnel.

    The crash occurred just an hour after a single-car crash near Mangawhai in Northland where one person died.

    Emergency services were called to the crash on Devich Rd at around 11:35 last night.

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