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21 Oct 2017 19:22
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    One dead in crash in Te Puke

    One person has died and another is critically injured after a car hit a tree in Te Puke.


    One person has died and another is critically injured after a car hit a tree in Te Puke.

    The accident happened on Jellicoe Street at 6.05pm on Sunday, police say.

    One person has died and a critically injured person has been taken to Tauranga Hospital, St John ambulance says.

    Diversions around the accident affect people travelling through the Bay of Plenty township.


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