Two-car collision in Upper Hutt

Last updated 14:18 10/06/2012

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Emergency services are attending a two-car crash on State Highway Two, near Haywards Hill.

Police were called to the scene 100m north of the Manor Park railway station just before 2pm this afternoon.

Both fire and ambulance officers attending the scene but no-one was taken to hospital.

The crash, north of the Haywards Hill intersection, was blocking one southbound lane but traffic was moving as normal, police said.

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