Elderly driver crashes into wall

Last updated 13:03 07/04/2012

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A man is in serious condition at Auckland City Hospital after a car crash in Glen Innes this morning.

Police believe a medical condition may have contributed to the crash.

The driver, believed to be in his 80s, was seen veering off the road in Elmstree Ave before the car rolled and hit a wall.

Bystanders gave the man "medical assistance" until ambulance staff arrived.

The man was the only occupant of the car and no other vehicles were involved.

Serious Crash Unit staff are at the scene.

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