Motorway crash pile-up slows commute

SHABNAM DASTGHEIB
BREAKING NEWS REPORTER
Last updated 10:37 31/10/2012

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A multiple-car crash on the Johnsonville - Porirua motorway this morning affected traffic into the city.

The four or five car nose-to-tail crash happened about 8.40am.

Police central communications spokesman Ian Harris said the right-hand southbound lane just before the Johnsonville off-ramp was blocked.

He said there were no injuries.

The lane was cleared by 10am.

Contact Shabnam Dastgheib
Breaking news reporter
Email: shabnam.dastgheib@dompost.co.nz
Twitter: @shab_d

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