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9 Mar 2021 8:07
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    Police have named two people who died in a crash on Wellington's urban motorway

    Police have named two people who died in a crash on Wellington's urban motorway


    76-year-old Lisale Foaese and 41-year-old George Foaese died on Tuesday morning, after turning right into a northbound lane.

    The car was allegedly travelling the wrong way, and collided with another northbound vehicle, injuring both its passengers.

    Enquiries into the crash are ongoing.

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