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10 Jul 2020 3:23
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Four people have died on our roads in the last 24 hours

    Four people have died on our roads in the last 24 hours


    Police have just confirmed the latest fatality, following a truck and ute colliding on State Highway 27, north of Matamata about 6.30 this morning.

    Both of the vehicles went down a bank following the crash, with the truck catching alight.

    Earlier, one person died on State Highway 14 - between Whangarei and Dargaville - after a car and truck collided.

    And last night, two people died in a crash on State Highway 1, north of Ashburton.

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