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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Fire crews continue to stamp out the remnants of a blaze north of Christchurch - at Glasnevin

    Fire crews continue to stamp out the remnants of a blaze north of Christchurch - at Glasnevin


    Two ground crews are extinguishing areas of deep-seated burning.

    Incident controller Des Irving says both lanes of State Highway One are now open, but motorists should travel with care.

    Meanwhile, 50 firefighters are still at the 80-hectare Kirwee fire - 80 kilometres away, with difficult hot spots still not out.

    Fire and Emergency are reminding Cantabrians to stay vigilant in the hot and windy weather.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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