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21 Mar 2018 14:18
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    Cyclist seriously hurt in Auckland crash

    A cyclist has beeen seriously injured in a collision with a vehicle in the west Auckland suburb of Te Atatu.

    A cyclist is in a serious condition after a collision involving a vehicle in Auckland.

    Police were alerted to the crash in Te Atatu about 8.10pm on Thursday.

    Emergency services are at the scene on Te Atatu Road, between Cellarmans Street and Vinograd Drive, and diversions for motorists are in place.


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